Peter Costello articles over last 30 days

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2014/09/19 03:05
2014/09/19 03:05
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TALK about overvalued house prices, and the finger is invariably pointed at cashed-up investors. But they aren’t only to blame for real estate costing a bomb in your capital city. It’s true that...
2014/09/19 03:05
2014/09/19 03:05
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2014/09/18 06:45
2014/09/18 06:45
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It’s really becoming a bit of a farce isn’t it? I mean the Fed and their increasingly pathetic attempts to fine tune the economy with language. They released their interest rate statement last night...
2014/09/18 04:09
2014/09/18 04:09
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Joe Hockey is holding a good hand with the weakened Aussie dollar. Photo: Andrew Meares Joe Hockey could do with a change of fortune. With his personal approval ratings shot, the budget in all sorts...
2014/09/17 22:44
2014/09/17 22:44
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening around the Bathurst region today. Mathew Harper submitted today's spectacular photo. If you have a photo you would like to share email it to...
2014/09/17 22:12
2014/09/17 22:12
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Former Liberal treasurer criticises the government's 2 per cent temporary deficit levy on high income earners, arguing it is essentially a political sweetener to secure spending cuts which have not...
2014/09/17 20:05
2014/09/17 20:05
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Joe Hockey believes Australia has a bright future, despite a less than rosy forecast by his Liberal predecessor Peter Costello. Mr Costello has warned Australia's luck is beginning to run out as...
2014/09/17 17:18
2014/09/17 17:18
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The lack of available housing in Sydney will take up to five years to correct, according to one of Australia's largest property developers. Stockland chief executive Mark Steinhart said despite...
2014/09/17 09:11
2014/09/17 09:11
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FORMER Treasurer Peter Costello has warned property industry insiders that Australia's economic luck is "beginning to run out" as people move from spending to saving. Mr Costello made the comment at...
2014/09/17 07:26
2014/09/17 07:26
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Peter Costello says Australia's economic luck is running out as demand for resources falls The country's longest serving federal treasurer is warning that Australia's economic luck may be starting to...
2014/09/15 05:10
2014/09/15 05:10
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Nancy errs. How does expelled at 16 become expelled 16 times? That’s the question Kate Durham, a jeweller who happens to be married to Julian Burnside, asked herself Saturday morning as she read The...
2014/09/12 07:55
2014/09/12 07:55
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Australians have become high-maintenance. Whereas we used to drive Holdens and Fords, eat Weetbix, crawl about the web via dial-up modems and repair the old Simpson washer in the laundry, we now buy...
2014/09/10 14:26
2014/09/10 14:26
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Chris Bowen to outline plan for stripping major economic forecasts responsibility from Treasury The Federal Treasury would lose the power to prepare the major economic forecasts that underpin the...
2014/09/09 13:29
2014/09/09 13:29
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THE coming year is going to be extraordinarily challenging for both the Federal Government and the country. If Tony Abbott and Joe Hockey thought they’ve been having it tough since the election, they...
2014/09/09 04:05
2014/09/09 04:05
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THE superannuation industry worked itself into a lather this week after the government announced it had struck a deal with Clive Palmer to abolish the mining tax. It wasn’t that people in...
2014/09/08 10:29
2014/09/08 10:29
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THE source of a leak of the All-Australian team won’t be chased down by the AFL for the simple reason that too many people already know the line-up. Up to 80 people are aware of which names will be...
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2014/09/05 05:05
2014/09/05 05:05
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JOE Hockey has no intention of emulating his Liberal predecessor Peter Costello's 11 years as treasurer. MR Costello, the perennial bridesmaid, waited more than a decade for prime minister John...
2014/09/05 00:55
2014/09/05 00:55
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Tony Abbott promised a government of no surprises but has delivered a year chock-full of them. A prime minister expected to lean to caution has thrown it to the winds. A leader without a cushion of...
2014/09/04 09:05
2014/09/04 09:05
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Tony Abbott declared on election night a year ago that Australia was 'open for business'. It's a phrase he has repeated often, from the streets of western Sydney where the youth jobless rate pushes...
2014/09/03 06:26
2014/09/03 06:26
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The history of Victorian MPs expelled from Parliament Only five MPs have been expelled in the 157-year history of the Victorian Parliament, for reasons ranging from bribery and corruption to rigging...
2014/08/31 10:15
2014/08/31 10:15
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Much has been written about the Howard government “inheriting” $96 billion debt from Labor in 1996. By 2007, Australia had net financial assets of $29 billion. This is a significant turnaround. Much...
2014/09/19 03:05
2014/09/19 03:05
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