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Your Say: Here’s how Labor can court One Nation voters

Crikey readers on Labor's One Nation pull, Frydenberg's stimulus fight, and the robodebt scourge.

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Frydenberg rips into regulators. But wasn’t it 5 minutes ago they were too soft?

The treasurer uses that old cliché 'cutting red tape' to justify his push to roll back Hayne banking royal commission reforms.

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Labor pains

Good morning, early birds. Anthony Albanese's deputy chief of staff Sabina Husic has resigned after anonymous, unsubstantiated, and "malicious" attacks against her circulated online, and South Australian authorities say there are now 20 confirmed cases linked to the Parafield COVID-19 cluster and another 14 suspected cases. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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One flu over the coup coup nest

Good morning, early birds. The Trump administration is reportedly continuing to block the handover of power even as Joe Biden's lead breaks the 5 million mark, while the US faces a rapidly growing, record-breaking third wave. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Illiterate Oz … Ups and downs of koala politics … McKenzie rides again

Josh Frydenberg goes back to the hypocrisy well, Gladys Berejiklian returns to koala politics and The Australian just wants kids to read good.

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From the Spiv-tionary: when they say what they mean do they mean what they say?

Double meanings, or just double Dutch? Welcome to volume seven of Crikey's Spiv-tionary.

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Erring on the safe side

Good morning, early birds. There have been significant calls for the Berejiklian government to reopen the Victorian-NSW border, and a new report suggests that concerns about climate change are at a record high in Australia. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Wave goodbye

Good morning, early birds. Victoria will step out of hard lockdown tonight from 11:59pm, and a Djab Wurrung "directions tree" has been cut down as part of the controversial Buangor-Ararat highway duplication project. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Safe as houses

Good morning, early birds. The Andrews government is reportedly considering plans to quarantine returned travellers at home with GPS-enabled wristband tracking devices, and the Leppington Triangle land scandal is probed at Senate estimates. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Over a Daryl

Good morning, early birds. Gladys Berejiklian yesterday survived two no-confidence motions against her amidst more revelations about disgraced former Wagga Wagga MP Daryl Maguire, and NSW is battling a new COVID-19 outbreak. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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