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Report alleges Crown Chinese crime links

Report alleges Crown Chinese crime links

Good morning, early birds. A Nine investigation has uncovered Crown Resorts' alleged far-reaching links to Chinese criminal and political figures, and Australia looks to lead the Five Eyes intelligence network in tackling online child exploitation. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Major infrastructure projects are killing us

Major infrastructure projects are killing us

Deaths related to air pollution number in the thousands, and industry and big engineering projects are major contributors to our poor air quality.

Father Rod Bower feels the call for politics

Father Rod Bower feels the call for politics

Bower made Gosford Anglican Church famous for its provocative and insistent messages on refugees, LGBT rights and more. Can that radical voice now disrupt the political establishment?

What can be done for towns like Glen Innes?

What can be done for towns like Glen Innes?

Poverty in the heart of Barnaby Joyce's electorate of New England — over the past 40 years Glenn Innes went from prosperous railway town to a ghost of its former self. What happened?

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.