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Lord, Byron, what a town!

Lord, Byron, what a town!

Welcome to For Your Information. Today, Helen throws a shaka at Byron Bay.

Crikey Worm: holy war delayed until further notice

Crikey Worm: holy war delayed until further notice

Good morning, early birds. It looks like the parliamentary dust-up over protecting religious freedoms from the soon-to-be-reality of marriage equality will be delayed until the new year. Plus, a euthanasia bill has been narrowly defeated in the New South Wales upper house. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: NBN routed

Crikey Worm: NBN routed

Good morning, early birds. NBN CEO Bill Morrow has warned the company will struggle to ever make a profit (as it is required to do), and New South Wales and Victoria top the states' economic scorecard. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Poll Bludger: despite shifting public attitudes on abortion, criminalisation remains in Qld, NSW

Poll Bludger: despite shifting public attitudes on abortion, criminalisation remains in Qld, NSW

To the extent that abortion’s technical status as a criminal offence remains, it's clearly the case that the law is running behind public opinion.

Vultures circle Mike Baird’s seat, but who will triumph?

Vultures circle Mike Baird’s seat, but who will triumph?

The Oz reports today Baird will recommend moderate James Griffin.

Mike Baird’s Christianity will keep religious education in NSW schools

Mike Baird’s Christianity will keep religious education in NSW schools

NSW Premier Mike Baird has said his Christianity means he will not remove special religious education from NSW public schools.

Is the era of Fred Nile finally coming to an end?

Is the era of Fred Nile finally coming to an end?

Could Fred Nile be retiring from politics, finally?

Are Sydney’s lockout laws killing nightlife or saving lives? Yes.

Are Sydney’s lockout laws killing nightlife or saving lives? Yes.

Proponents of the lockout laws say they are keeping Sydneysiders safe. Opponents say they are killing a vital part of Australia's cultural scene. Unfortunately they are both right.

Rotting in mass graves: investigating the fate of NSW’s greyhounds

Rotting in mass graves: investigating the fate of NSW’s greyhounds

In the wake of horrendous animal cruelty revelations, the NSW government has launched a massive investigation into the export of greyhounds.

Rail against the machine as commuter capacity hits overload

Rail against the machine as commuter capacity hits overload

Higher fares and regional-centre development are just some of the ways policymakers could reduce peak-hour pressure on Sydney's CBD.