Support for One Nation was decimated at the Queensland election, but it’s where those votes now sit that holds a clue for the federal campaigns of both major parties.
Australians are still having a punt in record numbers during lockdown. Plus: Pauline Hanson’s Uluru trip backers revealed, and how is gay panic still a legal defence?
Do political parties have a right to send offensive material through the post? And does anyone else have the right to stop them?
Good morning, early birds. A new report finds that the global lockdown has done nothing to stop concentrations of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere hitting a record high, and China's foreign ministry has accused Australia of "blatant irrational behaviour" after an ASIO-AFP foreign interference investigation. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The West Australian gets Photoshop-happy, media scrambles over cancel culture angle, and the battle of the fact checks.
The Conservative Political Action Committee returns to our shores, aged care marketing vs the reality and Pauline Hanson passes around the hat.
The cosmos has been realigned with the introduction of a new star sign. So what does it mean for the horoscopes of the people running the country?
When producers at Channel Nine invited Senator Hanson to speak about the lockdown of public housing blocks in Melbourne, they knew exactly what they were doing.