The PM&C secretary didn't investigate Bridget McKenzie's legal authority in the sports rorts scandal. But that's hardly surprising, given there's no notion of independence in his role.
Is the government looking to starve its audit watchdog of cash? Plus, bad news for fish lovers, and Amanda Vanstone certainly won't be on JobSeeker anytime soon.
What failed during the sports rorts scandal was not the regulatory framework, but the culture of accountability and responsibility.
Good morning, early birds. State-owned Queensland Investment Corporation will make an official bid for a stake in Virgin Australia, and yesterday's return to parliament didn't disappoint. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The Tasmanian and Northern Territory governments will today announce their plans to slowly move away from lockdown. But how are all these decisions actually made?
Was Bridget McKenzie's sports rorts scandal just a sign of how the Morrison government does business?
The sports rorts affair showed why we need a transparent government. Inq examines the case against then-sports minister Bridget McKenzie.
With many pressing questions so far going unanswered, what will the Senate uncover of Phil Gaetjens' investigation into the sports rorts scandal?
Good morning, early birds. The government has approved a $2.4 billion medical package to tackle coronavirus, and Victoria's premier is preparing for school shutdowns, event cancellations and mandatory working from home. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.