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                Conservative pollie in need of a job? Give Michael Hintze a call

                With so many conservative former politicians landing gigs with ideologue think tanks and cash-flushed hedge funds, it must be asked: who really owns conservative governments?

                ‘Money talks’: outrage at billionaire climate sceptic’s political donations

                Andrew Wilkie, Adam Bandt and Stirling Griff condemn Australia's donations system which can effectively block action on climate change.

                Expansion of aged care funding has been a boon for private providers, leaving seniors wanting

                As government spending on both residential aged care and home care has increased, private providers have been the main beneficiaries. And complaints have soared.

                Bezos, the prince, and the tragically true plot to silence journalism

                This isn't absurdist comedy. It's tragedy. It shows how ridiculously confident authoritarian regimes are to reach across the world to intimidate and silence critics.

                Thought you’d heard all the weirdest Trumpisms? A new book reveals some shockers.

                Even for veteran and desensitised Trump watchers, the anecdotes presented in A Very Stable Genius will set the teeth on edge.

                War in Wuhan: inside the world’s biggest quarantine centre

                For the many millions of people living in Hebei’s new quarantine cities, this might be the new normal for sometime to come.

                Angus Taylor’s latest scandal (and other stories you might have missed)

                Incarceration rates drop. Another 'great move' from the Energy Minister. And the green bank backs the big banks. After a big week in news, here are the stories you may have missed.

                Defending an American Parasite: why Hollywood remakes are good for the original

                Not only are Hollywood remakes inevitable, they increase the profile of the first film and help to secure its place in cinema history.

                Tributes flow for deceased US firefighters

                Three American firefighters were killed yesterday when their waterbomber crashed in southern NSW, and Michael McCormack may need Bridget McKenzie’s support just as much as she needs his.

                The minister, the cardinal and the billionaire climate sceptic you’ve probably never heard of

                He's a conservative billionaire with ties to Tony Abbott, Angus Taylor and George Pell. But who is Michael Hintze?

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                Conservative pollie in need of a job? Give Michael Hintze a call

                With so many conservative former politicians landing gigs with ideologue think tanks and cash-flushed hedge funds, it must be asked: who really owns conservative governments?

                ‘Money talks’: outrage at billionaire climate sceptic’s political donations

                Andrew Wilkie, Adam Bandt and Stirling Griff condemn Australia's donations system which can effectively block action on climate change.

                #29Leaks: has the ADF been caught up in a Russian money laundering scheme?

                As part of the #29Leaks data leak, Inq and Michael West Media investigate a disturbing story involving the ADF, Russian contractors, and allegations of money laundering using Australian taxpayer funds.

                Why did the government declare war on the AAT? To uphold ‘community standards’

                CHAPTER ELEVEN: The government justifies its reshaping of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal by claiming it brings it into line with 'community standards'. For some seeking the tribunal's judgement, the changes could mean life or death.

                Righting the wrong: could a class action against the sports rort deliver justice?

                What would a class action lawsuit against Bridget McKenzie's sports rorting scandal look like? The question, like the case, is a tricky one.

                The government ditched its own grants website to hide sports rorting

                The government is proud of centralising all Commonwealth grants on one bespoke platform for everyone to see. Until it wanted to hide the sports grants it intended to rort.

                Rorters, take note. Buying votes is tempting but it doesn’t seem to work

                The sports grants affair stands testament not just to the deviousness of much of the political class, but also to its egotism

                When did Australian politicians become incapable of shame?

                Scandals like the one Bridget McKenzie is facing used to end careers.

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                When it comes to rorts, why is it always the Nationals?

                Nationals ministers are routinely exposed for rorting government programs. Is this the mindset of the whole party?

                Things get even worse for Westpac

                Good morning, early birds. Westpac has been linked to an international paedophilia case, and the tourism industry is taking a billion-dollar hit as Australians cancel their travel plans in droves. It’s the news you need to know, with?Caleb Triscari.

                Blaming arsonists? All the evidence points to a smokescreen

                Is arson primarily to blame for the bushfire crisis? Let's take a look at the evidence.


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                10 nhà cái uy tín nhất Khuyến mãi

                Your referral provided details of a number of allegations of fraud by Professor Pascoe. Based on the information provided and inquiries undertaken no Commonwealth offences have been identified.

                [REDACTED, REDACTED] AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE COMMANDER

                Turns out pursuing Indigenous historian Bruce Pascoe over what a single critic thinks of his identity is a bridge even the AFP won’t cross.


                 

                Cowardice under fire

                Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week: the flaming catastrophe that is our governing class. Plus, living with a hernia, and the inscrutable Roger Scruton.

                 

                Could environmental action be a single acid trip away?

                New studies are uncovering the role psychedelics can play in environmental engagement. And the benefits don't stop there.

                Business Council spruiks its history of climate action

                Crikey has long been sceptical of the BCA’s record on climate change, so we couldn't wait to read its revised climate policy.

                Top climate scientist trashes Tony Abbott for using him to deny climate change

                'It's frustrating that years and years of research can be dismissed by a politician. The reputation of The Australian is being trashed by publishing utter rubbish.'

                The questions that must be asked in the McKenzie sports rorts review

                The head of Prime Minister and Cabinet has been tasked with finding out if Bridget McKenzie breached ministerial standards. There are some basic questions that need to be answered.

                What is the ABC for?

                Crikey tries to unravel and distill some of the crucial questions we think the ABC should be asking itself in this post-Guthrie/Milne era.


                Australia has the world talking — and we didn’t even need to knock off our leader

                Even the Daily Mail, known for its right-wing editorial stance, has turned against Morrison.

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                Topspin: the papers flogging Rafa’s sponsors to score an interview

                The Age took a stand against PR interviews at the Australian Open over the weekend. Who was happy to play the game?

                News Corp stays silent on James Murdoch’s climate denialism claims

                James Murdoch's comments about climate denial was a hot topic last week. Not that you'd know it from reading News Corp.

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