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2015/04/21 01:55
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Australians are waging a pitched battle with foreign multinationals seeking to control trade and maintain pricing mechanisms that put local consumers at a disadvantage. Fed on a diet of geo-blocking,...
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2015/04/21 01:26
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Wayne Swan launches new Inclusive Prosperity Commission think tank The former Treasurer, now Labor backbencher, Wayne Swan, has kept a low profile since the Abbott government was elected in...
2015/04/20 22:26
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RBA's Glenn Stevens says interest rates could go lower The Reserve Bank Governor, Glenn Stevens, has been talking down the Aussie dollar and talking up the prospect of an interest rate cut. That's...
2015/04/20 20:55
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The Abbott government has been sharply criticised for dragging its feet in creating a viable environment for technology start-ups to flourish — a far cry from countries like New Zealand, US, Britain,...
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Here’s some advice I recently read: whatever your title is, make sure it doesn’t have the word ‘innovation’ in it. The reason? Those are always the first people to go. At a time when digitally...
2015/04/20 15:05
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Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens said governments around the world were putting 'too much weight' on monetary policy. Photo: Pat Scala The Governor of the Reserve Bank Glenn Stevens has hardened...
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Greens leader Christine Milne said Treasurer Joe Hockey's plan to set up a working group with the British government is just talk. Photo: Andrew Meares Companies would be forced to reveal any...
2015/04/20 13:44
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ACCI Welcomes Oz Greens' Support For Corporate Tax Cutby Mary Swire, Tax-News.com, Hong Kong20 April 2015 The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) has welcomed the package of small...
2015/04/20 11:35
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Former financial planner and whistleblower Jeff Morris will use an appearance before a Senate hearing on Tuesday to intensify his call for a royal commission into dodgy financial planning...
2015/04/20 10:22
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The Abbott government has confirmed that there will be federal funding for nannies under a pilot program that is likely to roll out later this year. The Abbott government will make funding for...
2015/04/20 05:21
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The 56 recommendations in the final report of the Competition Policy Review include proposals that could have a significant impact on Australia's intellectual property landscape. The recommendations...
2015/04/20 04:55
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The Abbott government’s official public line is that climate change is real and serious. Unfortunately no one is taking their policy approach to climate change seriously. Now state governments and...
2015/04/20 03:05
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The Australian Bureau of Statistics building in Canberra. Photo: Melissa Adams Bosses at the Australian Bureau of Statistics say inaction by the Abbott government is to blame for the wages stalemate...
2015/04/20 01:39
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The world's biggest greenhouse gas emitters, including China and the US, have questioned the credibility of Australia's climate change targets and "direct action" policy in a series of queries to the...
2015/04/20 00:26
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MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: The Obama administration and some of the world's other big greenhouse gas emitters are ramping up pressure on Australia over climate change, directly questioning the Abbott...
2015/04/19 21:20
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The Abbott government's overhaul of public service workers' compensation looks set to be hostage to the volatile Senate crossbench with Labor and the Greens both saying they are suspicious of the...
2015/04/19 21:05
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A prominent economist says Australia still faces hard spending decisions, and has branded Abbott government claims it's made deep cuts "completely bogus". Chris Richardson of Deloitte Access...
2015/04/19 20:46
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Australian steelmakers want dumping rules tightened as cheap Chinese steel floods world markets. Photo: Reuters Steelmakers Arrium and BlueScope Steel have urged the Abbott government to be vigorous...
2015/04/19 16:12
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The former High Court judge heading the Abbott government's $61 million royal commission into union corruption spent much of this year teaching law at Oxford University, leaving the inquiry without a...
2015/04/19 11:22
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The young Melbourne men arrested over an alleged Anzac Day terror plot had close links to a senior Australian jihadist and Islamic State recruiter. The young Melbourne men arrested on Saturday over...
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