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Opinion April 13, 2019
The funding gap on education
“Melbourne’s Caulfield Grammar is building a pool with a moveable floor, while Presbyterian Ladies College will soon have an orchestra lift – which would all be fine, if it wasn’t part-funded by taxpayers.”
News March 23, 2019
Shooters party set to wield power in NSW
With NSW facing the possibility of a hung parliament, fear grows that the state’s gun laws – already eroded by two decades of deal-making with the Shooters party – will be further traded away.
News April 06, 2019
Inside the Liberal Party’s dirt unit
As the Liberal Party dirt unit that helped win the NSW election opens up about tactics, key players are moving to the federal campaign.
News March 16, 2019
NBN write-down could cost tens of billions
A write-down of the NBN, as well as necessary upgrades, may cost taxpayers tens of billions of dollars, according to leaked emails from an industry expert forum.