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Australia records hottest, dirtiest summer ever

Australia records hottest, dirtiest summer ever

Good morning, early birds. Australia has simultaneously recorded its hottest ever summer and highest levels of carbon emissions, and a UN body finds that Israel may have committed war crimes in its response to 2018 protests. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

News Corp’s science denialism won’t be forgotten

News Corp’s science denialism won’t be forgotten

Crikey readers respond to News Corp's role in climate denialism and the politics of erasing Palestinian identity.

Elections to watch around the world in 2019

Elections to watch around the world in 2019

The top 10 elections to watch this year.

If the NBN loses to 5G, you know who to blame

If the NBN loses to 5G, you know who to blame

Crikey readers respond to the upcoming 5G NBN battle, Morrison's Israel push and the strange practice of freezing ourselves to be revived in the future.

Can Morrison turn Jerusalem into a total debacle? He’s giving it a red-hot go

Can Morrison turn Jerusalem into a total debacle? He’s giving it a red-hot go

Scott Morrison's Jerusalem ploy during the Wentworth byelection was a stunt gone badly wrong — now he's trying to turn it into a full-blown disaster.

Marriage of convenience: the uneasy relationship between anti-Semites and Zionists

Marriage of convenience: the uneasy relationship between anti-Semites and Zionists

How do we make sense, or not, of the muddled links between the anti-Semitic far right and the ultra-Zionist lobby?

Confused, contradictory, incompetent: Morrison and Co just aren’t up to it

Confused, contradictory, incompetent: Morrison and Co just aren’t up to it

The Morrison government is stuffing up everything it touches, domestically and diplomatically.

Don’t expect this to be the last foreign affairs bungle from this government

Don’t expect this to be the last foreign affairs bungle from this government

Crikey readers respond to the Morrison government's handling of the Indonesian free trade deal, and the history of Victorian Liberal leader Matthew Guy.

Ciobo privately walks back Israeli embassy move

Ciobo privately walks back Israeli embassy move

Good morning, early birds. Defence Industry Minister Steven Ciobo has privately downplayed the chances of an Israeli embassy move, more than 100 government bodies have sought citizen metadata, and a catatonic refugee has been evacuated from Manus. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Amateurish Morrison pays the price for trade stupidity

Amateurish Morrison pays the price for trade stupidity

Australia's foolish protectionism, when accompanied by base political calculation, makes for a policy mess.