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Government massages the messengers on the economy, as RBA indicates a deeper malaise

Neither the treasurer nor the media seem interested in discussing the real state of the economy. But the Reserve Bank is, and its fears about the path to recovery are clear.

Pell’s trial still casts a long shadow over the freedom to report the truth

Cardinal George Pell's convictions have been quashed, but 18 journalists and editors are still facing criminal charges related to his trials.

Elderly in lockdown denied key services: meals, haircuts, therapists

Inq has heard cases of meal services being cancelled, limited grooming and a denial of visitations from health specialists.

Some may call it hypocrisy but Turnbull can turn on a dime

In his post-prime ministerial activist mode, Malcolm Turnbull is striking positions somewhat at odds with his time in politics.

A guide to just what the hell is going on with the Nats

Smack in the middle of COVID-19 smashing its way through the country, the Coalition's junior partner decides to smash its way through itself.

News Corp missing in action as pokies shutdown saves gamblers more than $1.5bn

With venues shut across Australia, there has never been a better time to permanently exit the toxic pokies industry (just don't expect to hear about it from News Corp)

A doctor’s note: don’t dream it’s over — the crisis may only be beginning

As people dream of an end to lockdowns, it's wise to remember that Australia has been the lucky country — and our luck may run out.

The Queen sends royal wishes… though she called New Zealand first

Two-thirds of Australians are OK with banning visitors to aged-care homes, and other news from the virus front.

Harsh actions drive culture change push at the elite end of arts and sport

The coronavirus crisis has revealed the folly of stacking the boards of cultural organisations with members of the corporate elite.

Seven quiet on COVID-19 effects as legacy media suffers

As Prime Media and Nine update the market on how COVID-19 is effecting their businesses, Seven West Media has remained quiet.

UK death toll surpasses Italy's

The UK's death toll from COVID-19 is now the second-highest in the world. Meanwhile, pressure mounts on Australia's COVIDSafe app.

Leaks upon leaks: how the Libs ‘gleefully’ shared Turnbull’s book

The publishers of Malcolm Turnbull's new book are calling on police to investigate who was responsible for it leaking early.

‘Immoral’: how big retailers are using COVID-19 to squeeze suppliers

Australia's biggest retailers are using COVID-19 as an excuse with their suppliers to demand heavy discounts and delay payments.

Oil over water: what is behind Angus Taylor’s $94 million US stockpile deal?

With Australia's precarious fuel reserves suddenly set for a boost, questions remain about Angus Taylor's oil deal with the US.

Doctor Knew-Much, Did-Little reveals fatal flaws in Ruby Princess’ deathly arrival

The Ruby Princess inquiry is raising key questions about the independence of cruise ship doctors — is their duty to their patients, or to their employer?

The NRL is a contact sport both on and off the field. You can bet on it

If the NRL gets its way, it will be one of only four body-contact sports leagues in the world that punters can bet on.

Social distancing update: Queensland

Here is the latest on coronavirus social distancing rules in Queensland. This article will be updated on a regular basis to keep you informed.

Fact, fiction or conspiracy? Coronavirus theories explained

Theories and conspiracies on the origin and spread of COVID-19 are running rampant — which ones check out?

‘Immoral’: how big retailers are using COVID-19 to squeeze suppliers

Australia's biggest retailers are using COVID-19 as an excuse with their suppliers to demand heavy discounts and delay payments.

The odd ways the virus does what Philip Larkin’s parents did to him

Covid toe? Happy hypoxia? These are just some of the unusual (and horrifying) symptoms that can accompany the coronavirus.

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Don’t fool yourself: normal life isn’t coming back any time soon

We know it deep down, even if we don't want to admit it: reopening Australia carries with it a terrible risk.

Temporary migration curb will terrify neoliberals and place new strains on old-school politics

The coming debate over the resumption of migration will pit unusual allies against each other.

End of New York, death of London: why these great cities will never be the same

The coronavirus may have fundamentally changed our relationship with big cities forever.


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[In a text to Michael McCormack]: To feel threatened by me clearly shows you have failed your team and failed as a leader.”

JOHN BARILARO

Because neither snow nor rain nor heat nor a global pandemic can stop the Nats fighting amongst themselves, the NSW Deputy Premier has accused the Deputy Prime Minister of hampering his Eden-Monaro bid.


Download if you will but the COVIDSafe app is not a condom — or even sunscreen

Glib tech solutions to complex problems rarely work as well as their spruikers claim, and bring other problems in their wake. So it is proving with the government's contract tracing app.

Taking out the trash: what our leaders are sneaking through while we focus on COVID-19

A short summary of changes political leaders are making while most Australians are distracted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Closed borders and dwindling migration spell an uncertain future for Australian horticulture

Solving the horticulture industry's reliance on foreign and undocumented workers will require a lot more than just tightening the borders.

Don’t fool yourself: normal life isn’t coming back any time soon

We know it deep down, even if we don't want to admit it: reopening Australia carries with it a terrible risk.

It’s the message, stupid: stop the spread of ‘untelligence’ or face dire consequences

People aren't stupid. It's more likely they're victims to this spreading plague of misinformation and confusion.

From gangland to Google: tech platform banged up by landmark defamation case

A Victorian judge has handed down a decision that extends the reach of defamation law way further into the search engine’s bowels than had previously been thought possible.

Regionals first, now mags: the great media vanishing shows no signs of easing

Australia's major magazine publisher, Bauer Media, has suspended titles and announced redundancies. Is there any way back from this?

Newspapers in suspended animation will battle to return and serve the country

A true picture is emerging of the state of regional media, and it’s not pretty. Will legacy papers be able to rally in a post-pandemic world?