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ABC chair Ita Buttrose (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

We seek Ita’s lefties … A lawyer too crazy for Trump … PM wings a gong

Ita Buttrose is worried about the ABC's left-wing critics. What happens when you go too far even for Donald Trump? Plus more tips and murmurs from the Crikey bunker.

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Scotty’s PR fail … giving Mathias a leg up … Tassie Labor eats its Greens

Cosying up to Mathias Cormann, Tasmanian Labor knows what voters want, and the prime minister's unfortunate timing. Catch up with the latest tips and murmurs from the Crikey bunker.

Mathias Cormann (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Cormann leaves with pride — but also a question of what might have been

Mathias Cormann was the ballast of three successive governments and displayed a diligence and discipline rarely achieved by his colleagues.

Nev Power and Mathias Cormann at Senate estimates (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

No, Mathias, there’s nothing ‘normal’ about the cosy COVID commission

Just hang on there, finance minister. You're wrong. There's a lot that's 'remarkable' about the powers of the Nev Power-led commission.

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If a pandemic hits, you must deficit

Good morning, early birds. Australia has its highest day for new COVID-19 infections, the federal government prepares to unveil its biggest ever budget deficit, and Twitter shuns QAnon. It's the news you need to know, with Charlie Lewis.

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In fine form

Good morning, early birds. Victorian police go on a fining spree, worrying signs in New South Wales, and the government prefaces changes to JobKeeper. It's the news you need to know, with Charlie Lewis.

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The sad political epitaph of Mathias Cormann: here lies the man who knifed his PM in the back

Mathias Cormann once had an impeccable reputatation. But as he announces his retirement, he's instead remembered for turning on Malcolm Turnbull.

Senator Bridget McKenzie (Image: AAP/Peter Rae)

McKenzie shoots herself in the foot

Good morning, early birds. Tennis, golf and clay shooting clubs with Coalition ties were among the lucky recipients of Bridget McKenzie's sports grants, and in less scandalous news, Australians are increasingly concerned about the environment. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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