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Labor changes position again in the government’s war on scrutiny

Labor changes position again in the government’s war on scrutiny

Labor's inconsistency on oversight of security agencies has left a crucial missing link on the response to the government's attacks on those who would subject it to scrutiny.

Keneally is the right choice for taking on Dutton

Keneally is the right choice for taking on Dutton

Crikey readers discuss the appointment of Kristina Keneally, News Corp and the natural gas industry.

Australian officials urge UK Huawei ban

Australian officials urge UK Huawei ban

Good morning, early birds. Australia has pushed for the UK to follow suit on its Huawei 5G ban, and new shadow Home Affairs spokesperson Kristina Keneally makes a case for immigration. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

A star is reborn: the rapid rise of Kristina Keneally

A star is reborn: the rapid rise of Kristina Keneally

Kristina Keneally's reemergence as a Labor leader has come at breakneck speed — and she's already facing her big tests.

Familiar faces return in Labor’s new shadow cabinet

Familiar faces return in Labor’s new shadow cabinet

Good morning, early birds. Labor's new post-election frontbench has made its debut, and the government pushes Solomon Island investments in a bid to ward off China's Pacific growth. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Asylum seekers transferred to Christmas Island

Asylum seekers transferred to Christmas Island

Good morning, early birds. A boatload of asylum seekers have been transferred to Christmas Island detention centre for the first time since the facility's $185 million reopening, and Robert Mueller corrects the record on the Trump-Russia investigation for the first time. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Labor mediocrities rise to the top as party struggles with defeat

Labor mediocrities rise to the top as party struggles with defeat

Labor is showing every sign of abandoning the discipline it showed from 2013-19 and is busily promoting mediocrities.

Labor eyes Chisholm challenge over ‘misleading’ tactics

Labor eyes Chisholm challenge over ‘misleading’ tactics

Good morning, early birds. Labor may challenge the Coalition's use of "misleading" how-to-vote-cards and posters during the election, and the Liberal party looks to change the rules to stop candidates running rogue below-the-line campaigns. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers

Have out-of-pocket costs for GP visits gone up 25% under the Coalition?

Have out-of-pocket costs for GP visits gone up 25% under the Coalition?

Senator Kristina Keneally was broadly correct in her assertion, but it's important to understand the finer details.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Dreadful bank practices the commission is yet to pick up? ... Keneally far from spellbound by Oz cartoon ... Eslake weighs in ...