Welcome to Yesterday's Papers, a fortnightly musical playlist themed around topical events. This week... bad romance in the halls of power.
The Andrews government's argument for lockdown is looking shakier by the day.
When Morrison made his claim, were COVID case numbers in NSW higher than the Victorian curfew threshold? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
Do Dan Andrews' lockdown measures really reflect the current data?
Tim Smith is at it again, and so is The Australian. Plus more tips and murmurs.
The hotel quarantine outbreak may have triggered Victoria's second wave, but we can blame the state's misery on a series of questionable choices.
Experts have slammed a proposed law in Victoria which would give authorised citizens unprecedented powers to detain suspected coronavirus cases indefinitely.
Victoria's hotel quarantine inquiry winds up today, but we still don't know who made the decision to use private security guards at hotels.
The Andrews government has no right demanding additional powers over its citizens when it can't responsibly exercise the powers it already has.