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Does mining really employ more Indigenous people than any other industry?

Matt Canavan says mining employs Indigenous people at a greater rate than any other industry. Is he correct?

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Premier’s sympathy tour sinks to new low after desperate interview with sleazy Sandilands

Forget corruption allegations, or even her personal life choices — the premier now appears to lack even basic common sense as she desperately courts the sympathy vote.

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Introducing the Crikey Spiv-tionary. Now taking submissions

There are some terms you only hear in conjunction to high-level dodginess. Take Daryl Maguire, for example...

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‘The stories are heartbreaking’: is the prevention worse than the disease for elderly Australians in lockdown?

There is no doubt that lockdowns and social distancing are our best measures to stop the spread of COVID-19. But as neurologist Kate Ahmad has seen first hand, the loneliness and loss of independence has been devastating for many elderly Australians.

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Safe as houses

Good morning, early birds. The Andrews government is reportedly considering plans to quarantine returned travellers at home with GPS-enabled wristband tracking devices, and the Leppington Triangle land scandal is probed at Senate estimates. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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‘Poor Gladys’ spin goes into overdrive, but voters are no closer to the truth

The NSW Premier has gone full Mills and Boon to exploit female sympathy. You could almost forget this is a corruption scandal.

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This dark world: messaging app bans more than 350,000 child abusers and terrorists

Telegram, a messaging app favoured by those banned from more mainstream social media platforms, has removed hundreds of thousands of accounts since January.

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Things aren’t so open and shut

Good morning, early birds. Dan Andrews' cautious approach to reopening Victoria has been criticised, and hundreds of Australian citizens have been caught up in a global tax evasion probe. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Who is left to trust when politicians are trying to destroy independent bodies?

To deal with a pervasive culture of corruption in Australia, we need strong, independent regulators. The federal government is committed to undermining independent bodies and bringing them under its control.

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