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2015/03/05 04:26
2015/03/05 04:26
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The picture painted by Intergenerational Report after Intergenerational Report is stark. Each of them has invited our policy-makers to gaze beyond the far horizon to chart a course into a long-term...
2015/03/05 04:26
2015/03/05 04:26
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2015/03/05 01:55
2015/03/05 01:55
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Net debt is projected to reach almost 60 per cent of nominal GDP by 2054-55 unless the Senate passes the federal government’s budget initiatives, according to the Intergenerational Report. The...
2015/03/04 07:34
2015/03/04 07:34
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The GP co-payment may be ‘dead, buried and cremated’ but controversy over its primary health care policies is not over for the Abbott Government. The introduction of private health insurance into the...
2015/03/04 05:17
2015/03/04 05:17
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FOR the last six months, Rachel, 50, has been looking for work. She has scoured newspaper classifieds; looked at SEEK and CareerOne; approached managers on their breaks and given out hundreds — if...
2015/03/04 03:26
2015/03/04 03:26
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Former NT chief minister Clare Martin admits part blame for Nauiyu decline Former NT chief minister Clare Martin has admitted some policies she championed while in government have harmed a small...
2015/03/03 11:18
2015/03/03 11:18
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TONY Abbott admits the government has been through a bad patch, overreached in the budget last year but says the situation now is very different to three weeks ago. THE prime minister said his...
2015/03/03 08:15
2015/03/03 08:15
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OPINION: The recent polls are good for the Coalition – and what's good for the Coalition is good for the Prime Minister. Are the Liberals overlooking their best prospective leader? Julie Bishop....
2015/03/03 07:05
2015/03/03 07:05
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Tony Abbott has declared the Medicare co-payment 'dead, buried and cremated', leaving patients in the dark about what will replace the controversial measure. Health Minister Sussan Ley is determined...
2015/03/02 03:28
2015/03/02 03:28
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David Hicks has just been cleared of the charges he faced in a US Military Commission, while imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay. His counsel, Michael Mori, has told the story of Hicks’ case: the problematic...
2015/03/01 22:26
2015/03/01 22:26
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New polling today shows the Coalition has bounced back slightly against Labor, but Tony Abbott's leadership still remains under pressure. Meantime, those MPs resisting a change are arguing that such...
2015/03/01 21:26
2015/03/01 21:26
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At the end of last week it seemed that the great European economic crisis that had Greece at the centre might finally come to a head. Greece's ruling party, Syriza, was demanding an end to the harsh...
2015/03/01 19:05
2015/03/01 19:05
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Illustration: Michael Mucci. How much does the Treasury's view of the world change when a prime minister comes to power, sacks the head of Treasury (and his heir apparent) and replaces him with his...
2015/03/01 00:20
2015/03/01 00:20
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Former premier Denis Napthine spent a small fortune on spin, including ads for the doomed East West Link. Photo: Wayne Taylor The former Coalition government spent at least $354 million on...
2015/02/28 03:16
2015/02/28 03:16
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Prime Minister John Key and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Photo / Jason Dorday A relaxed Tony Abbott and John Key, jackets off, watched the start of the highly anticipated one-day cricket...
2015/02/27 00:42
2015/02/27 00:42
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I was buying the family fish and chips when attorney general Philip Ruddock called to appoint me as human rights commissioner and disability discrimination commissioner in December 2005. One of the...
2015/02/26 08:26
2015/02/26 08:26
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Federal Treasury set to spend $600,000 on market research and communications strategy for Government's Tax White Paper More than $600,000 is set to be spent by the Federal Treasury Department on...
2015/02/26 06:17
2015/02/26 06:17
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LABOR’S Anthony Albanese has issued what might the shortest and funniest press statement ever released by an Australian politician. Upon hearing that the chairman of the Sydney Airport Corporation...
2015/02/24 23:26
2015/02/24 23:26
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MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: Australia's $150 billion a year welfare system is complex, inconsistent and needs to be radically overhauled. That's the view of one of the country's leading experts on welfare...
2015/02/24 19:10
2015/02/24 19:10
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As I recall we did not have a domestic terrorism problem until Abbott stirred the pot. Previously there were only police incidents. Guy I completely agree with you on the enjoyment of watching Abbott...
2015/02/24 16:24
2015/02/24 16:24
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Illustration: John Shakespeare. Nothing says "welcome aboard" like a $8.5 million sign-on bonus, especially when the new arrival in question is not even your new chief executive. Yes, there is...
2015/03/05 04:26
2015/03/05 04:26
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