Good morning, early birds. NSW's Education Minister questions the federal government's new plan for private school funding. Plus, Labor vows to investigate a suspicious immigration contract. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
For this government, those deemed enemies face the full force of the law. For mates, it's a very different story.
Advocates have told Crikey that there were no medical services on site.
This five-month-old baby has spent her life in Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation. A psychiatric report submitted in June has raised mental health concerns for both mother and child.
It is difficult to find data on the nature of ministerial intervention and the average length of time it takes for the minister to make a decision to intervene or not. This kind of data blackout all began with Scott Morrison.
The government wants to block Chelsea Manning from entering Australia but allowed another convicted, and more dangerous, leaker to come into Australia to raise funds for the Liberal Party.
The new Morrison ministry shows a judicious mix of moderates and conservatives, as well as the loyal and the treacherous.
If Scott Morrison is to compete effectively against Labor, he must tackle six priority areas that his predecessor failed to deal with effectively.
Good morning, early birds. Prime ministerial contender Peter Dutton's electorate office in Queensland has been vandalised overnight. Plus, a Crikey reader exclusive: today we’re featuring our first weekly selection of stories from the New York Times. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the addition of the New York Times to your Friday morning read, which you can share with us by emailing [email protected]. It’s the news you need to know, with Natasha Grivas.