Guy Rundle charts the CV of Tasmania University vice-chancellor Rufus Black.
News Corp finds an ingenious way to replace all those reporters it laid off, while Today welcomes another fringe conservative to the airways. Catch up with the latest Tips and Murmurs from the Crikey bunker
Good morning, early birds. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg warns Australians stand to lose billions if states are forced to resume shutdowns, and in Blighty, PM Boris Johnson wants everyone back to work quick smart. 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?
Good morning, early birds. Tasmania has announced a 120-day moratorium on evictions, and as Australia records over 2400 COVID-19 cases, the national cabinet has extended testing eligibility. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Constitutional lawyers have been in a frenzy over the state's decision to essentially close its borders. But, really, it's the right call.
As Tasmania restricts entry and the school closure debate continues, here's what you need to know in coronavirus developments.
What's next for the former Tasmanian premier?