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The IPA has captured the Liberal Party

The power and influence that the Institute for Public Affairs (IPA) has may not be obvious to the ...  
So far, legislation and reviews have failed to protect environment

Australia needs stronger laws, reviews and policies to safeguard the environment from irreparable ...  
COVID-19 could expose NBN's vulnerabilities

Last week, I addressed the issue of teleworking and e-health application in the context of the ...  
A question of ethics: UniSuper's investments in fossil fuels

George Grundy unpacks UniSuper's significant investments in coal and fossil fuels, questioning ...  
Wren's Week: Jacinda Ardern shoots down Scott Morrison over deportations

On our shores for the Prime Ministerial meeting, New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern was once again a ...  
Victorian anti-wage theft laws coming but may not last long

Legislation to prevent wage theft is likely to be passed in Victoria, but its longevity is being ...  
COVID-19 hitting the hip-pocket nerve in Australia

COVID-19 has hit Australia with increasing cases of illness and a share market drop causing fresh ...  
NBN offering not good enough for 21st Century Australia

Australia's internet speeds continue to lag behind that of other nations, says Laurie Patton.  
Just like real life, Twitter is messy and enriching

An interesting piece went out over the weekend by Jacqueline Maley of the Sydney Morning Herald ...  
Foxtel pay-TV faces slow death

Foxtel is reaching a threshold where it will have to decide if it wants to continue its proprie ...  
Australia lurches from one crisis to another

Here in Australia, the “Age of Crises”, mentioned in the subtitle to Keeler’s Rethinking ...  
George Calombaris defenders are blaming everyone but him

The collapse of George Calombaris' hospitality empire should be a warning to all, writes William ...  
Coronavirus, Chinese students and the university cash quagmire

Australia’s Chinese students are languishing in China due to the coronavirus travel ban and our ...  
NBN Co loss ranks highly among problems in the telecoms industry

NBN Co is facing further problems while the merger between Vodafone and TPG positions them to be a ...  
Amid scandal, Coalition Government revives anti-union Bill

Despite having much to address as a Government, the Coalition is unwaveringly focused on enacting ...  
Dear ScoMo: KFC employs more Australians than thermal coal sector

Australia's protection of the coal mining industry doesn't add up from an evidence and economics ...  
Worst three years in retail ever: Thank you, Coalition Government

Australia’s retail sector is suffering disastrously from the Morrison Government’s failures in ...  
NBN Co's latest backflip

NBN Co is giving in to pressure to stop competing with its own retail customers.  

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