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Good morning, early birds. The UK Home Office has said that "everything is on the table" when it comes to processing asylum seekers, and the aged care royal commission has released a special COVID-19 report calling for a national aged care advisory body and plan. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
It's all in the timing: SA premier opens border to NSW, and great news for gamers (and even better news for Facebook) — plus other stories you missed this week.
The Coalition has spent the past decade denigrating Kevin Rudd's plan for faster internet. Today, they're enacting it.
Rio Tinto is up for an award (yes, that Rio Tinto), Bob Woodward says Trump is unfit (yes, that Bob Woodward), and Tony Abbott won't be posting any holiday snaps anytime soon.
Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison likely to back a gas-led recovery plan despite environmental concerns, and a Melbourne man is reportedly in an induced coma after his head was stomped on by police during his arrest. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Inq looks at the connections between Abbott, Johnson and a number of prominent conservative figures and think tanks.