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The secret jailing of an Australian spy

Today, chief political correspondent at The Saturday Paper, Karen Middleton, on the case of Alan Johns.

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The school funding gap the Coalition left behind

Today, senior reporter at The Saturday Paper Rick Morton reveals the $600 million funding shortfall for students with a disability in the public system.

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The threat to our food is here to stay

Today, Esther Linder on a looming food crisis that Australia isn’t prepared for, and what it means for the way we eat.

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How Peter Dutton is making himself irrelevant

Today, columnist for The Saturday Paper Paul Bongiorno on what Dutton is telling his party room, and the divisions already becoming apparent in the Coalition.

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Inside the Greens’ climate deal with Labor

Today, national correspondent at The Saturday Paper Mike Seccombe on the high-stakes political games that are going to decide our climate future.

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For some renters, being evicted is a death sentence

Today, writer and campaigner Jesse Noakes on the deadly consequences of evictions, and the new push to protect renters.

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The party within a party: How Labor’s factions work

Today, Labor speechwriter and contributor to The Saturday Paper Dennis Glover on the party within a party.

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Omicron #3: Stuck between anger and denial

Today, lead researcher at the Kirby Institute Raina MacIntyre on hope, denial and Covid-19.

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Another test for Anthony Albanese

Today, columnist from The Saturday Paper Paul Bongiorno on the first week of a new parliament.

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‘He saw the sky turn crimson the day the bomb was dropped’

Today, chief political correspondent for The Saturday Paper Karen Middleton on the one of the biggest projects Australia is undertaking.

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Who is that unmasked man? Covid-19 and the politics of fatigue

Today, associate editor of The Saturday Paper Martin McKenzie-Murray on Covid-19 and the politics of fatigue.

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Earn $20k EVERY MONTH by being a Liberal Party hack

Today, national correspondent for The Saturday Paper Mike Seccombe on how key bodies have been politicised beyond recognition and what to do next.

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The mess is the point: Nyadol Nyuon on Peter Dutton

Today, lawyer and contributor to The Saturday Paper Nyadol Nyuon on Peter Dutton, social media and how impoliteness can be a radical agent of change.

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It’s pronounced ‘climate targét’

Today, columnist for The Saturday Paper Paul Bongiorno on the state of the environment.

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The first law of holes: stop digging

Today, national correspondent for The Saturday Paper Mike Seccombe on the turnaround in how Beijing views Canberra.

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