April 13, 2019
CSIRO steps back on Adani approval
As Scott Morrison readied to call the election, Melissa Price rushed to give federal approval to Adani’s Carmichael mine, citing support from the CSIRO.
April 13, 2019
Sliding house prices and negative gearing
As house prices fall around Australia, opinions are divided about the impact of the Labor Party’s proposed reforms to negative gearing.
December 15, 2018
The truth behind housing market forecasts
As the media, politicians and those with a vested interest scaremonger over the housing market, the reality is far less bleak – for those who aren’t renting, at least.
March 16, 2019
Wages growth lowest since WWII
With wages stagnating since the Coalition took office, Labor is hoping to make the election a fight on industrial relations – even if it doesn’t have solutions.
law & crime
December 1, 2018
Bank penalties disguised as charitable donations
As the banking royal commission’s hearings conclude, it can be revealed the banks have made $88 million in tax-deductable donations to avoid major penalties.
April 14, 2018
The system driving live animal exports
The mass deaths of live exports are no surprise; they show an essential conflict in the priorities of a department shaped by Barnaby Joyce.
April 7, 2018
Turnbull and the boomer racket
Malcolm Turnbull is promising his next budget will be a pitch to the boomer generation, serving only to deepen intergenerational inequality.
March 31, 2018
Tim Storer’s stand on corporate tax
Tim Storer’s demands for broader reforms to corporate tax rates show the Senate newcomer to be a man not for turning.
March 24, 2018
China could stop sending students
Signals from China that it may restrict the number of its students enrolling in Australian tertiary institutions have foreign-fee-dependent universities alarmed.
March 17, 2018
Trump’s trade war leaves Turnbull gun-shy
In declining to support international action against the new US steel and aluminium tariffs, Malcolm Turnbull damages our standing on trade.
February 17, 2018
Morrison’s pursuit of Trump economics
All the evidence suggests Treasurer Scott Morrison’s zeal to adopt Trump-style corporate tax cuts will not deliver increased investment and wage rises, but could create huge budget deficits in the future.
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