Good morning, early birds. There are a couple of pieces of very good news for the Turnbull government this morning (though it's not all roses). Plus, sexual harassment allegations at Melbourne City Council. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chamlers.
This byelection is huge. You can hear it in Turnbull's voice.
Bennelong could go the way of New England unless Labor can muster a better way to engage with voters.
The section 44 fiasco has annihilated voters' trust in government. And I can't say I blame them, writes Senator Derryn Hinch.
The Prime Minister's judgment deserted him on the citizenship issue -- a problem not helped by his tendency to paint himself into corners with his own rhetoric.
Good morning, early birds. The Prime Minister has finally moved to put an end to the dual citizenship scandal undermining his government, and 2017 now tipped to be the third hottest year on record. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.
Throw away the razor ... pick-up artists are back ... wedding bells for the chair sniffer? ...
Killing Fairfax, by Fairfax journalist Pamela Williams, is out today. Crikey has sped-read it to give you the juiciest revelations ...