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The NSW Police Force and the Australian Defence Force conducting public health order checks at homes and businesses in Sydney. (AAP Image/Supplied by NSW Police)

Oh good, the army’s here

Good morning, early birds. Members of the Australian Defence Force have been conducting random self-isolation checks across Sydney, and Queensland has announced four-week emergency rent relief. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg (Image: AAP Image/Joel Carrett)

Review finds major flaws in finance regulator

Good morning, early birds. A review has called for an overhaul of finance regulator APRA after significant cultural problems were identified, and the Queensland government looks to prosecute Adani over a misleading report. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk (AAP/Glenn Hunt)

Queensland to repay stolen wages

Good morning, early birds. The Queensland government will return almost $200 million in stolen wages to Indigenous workers, and new Murray-Darling revelations lead to calls for an inquiry. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Crikey Worm: NT, Qld prepare to be hit by a second cyclone

Good morning, early birds. The Top End is about to be hit by its second cyclone in two weeks. Plus, Indigenous children of the Stolen Generations reportedly given criminal convictions for being stolen. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Author <b>John Birmingham</b> is offering up his vote in the upcoming Queensland election for $500, since, as Birmingham says, it'd be cheaper than any other policy Cap'n Bligh and Campbell's Soup Can will come up with.

For Sale: one vote in the QLD election

Author John Birmingham is offering up his vote in the upcoming Queensland election for $500, since, as Birmingham says, it'd be cheaper than any other policy Cap'n Bligh and Campbell's Soup Can will come up with.

Queensland’s Gold Coast is a magical place where beautiful men and women do nothing but tan their perfectly sculpted bodies, and children run amok the beaches in theme parks. Well, that's how <b>Caroline Zielinski</b> remembered it, but the latest trip showed something different.

How the Gold Coast lost its shine

Queensland’s Gold Coast is a magical place where beautiful men and women do nothing but tan their perfectly sculpted bodies, and children run amok the beaches in theme parks. Well, that's how Caroline Zielinski remembered it, but the latest trip showed something different.

One woman's story of travelling interstate to abort a child with a severe abnormality highlights Queensland's antiquated abortion laws. <b>Dr Caroline de Costa</b> explains.

Abortion, Queensland and a law unchanged since 1861

One woman's story of travelling interstate to abort a child with a severe abnormality highlights Queensland's antiquated abortion laws. Dr Caroline de Costa explains.

Claims of police corruption have hit the QLD police again, with up to 20 police hauled in for secret questioning and accusations of drug and organised crime activity. Is another Fitzgerald Inquiry needed? asks <b>Madonna King</b>.

Madonna King: Clouds of corruption darken the sunshine state

Claims of police corruption have hit the QLD police again, with up to 20 police hauled in for secret questioning and accusations of drug and organised crime activity. Is another Fitzgerald Inquiry needed? asks Madonna King.

Why the anger when Aussie politicians' salaries -- measly compared to the private sector -- are given a slight raise? Pollies also have to deal with public and media scrutiny, so let's pay them what they're worth.

Pay pollies peanuts and you’ll get (even more) monkeys

Why the anger when Aussie politicians' salaries -- measly compared to the private sector -- are given a slight raise? Pollies also have to deal with public and media scrutiny, so let's pay them what they're worth.

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