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Tough trade talks with European negotiators who broke the Brits over Brexit

Tensions rose between Europe and Australia over trade – with the EU’s head man ...  
TPG and Vodafone: New opportunities to open up the mobile market

With TPG withdrawing its plans to commence a new mobile network, Paul Budde exam ...  
What does Japan’s whaling announcement actually mean?

What are the ramifications of Japan's decision to resume commercial whale hunts?  
Horse racing kicks sand in the face of Levy's Beach

A coastal town has been divided over the decision to allow commercial horse trai ...  
Broad-based taxes drive economic inequality

Broad-based taxes are often designed to guarantee wealth concentration, not to ...  
A fair go for local news media

As Australian media struggles to survive, digital giants such as Google and Face ...  
The attack of the pokies

Matthew Coscia provides an insider's view on the deceptive ways of the gaming ...  
APA shelves project after public resistance

Community resistance from a small town has left the future of a large scale pipe ...  
In sad remembrance of Australia's auto industry

The history of the rise of the auto industry has rarely been addressed in public ...  
Banks, insurance companies and other corporate failures

In the end, it is not companies that perform well or badly. It is people.  
The Sydney Opera House: Beauty, dignity and class have a price

Dr Binoy Kampmark illustrates how the almighty dollar holds more value than aest ...  
Alan Jones and the Liberal Party turn the Opera House into a giant billboard

Spurred on by shock jock Alan Jones and supported by the PM, NSW Premier Berejik ...  
Are Australian labour hire companies exploiting vulnerable workers?

All over Australia labour-hire companies are big business, hiring mainly casual and ...  
Future of innovation in Australia uncertain after latest #LibSpill

Are Australians aware of the mess that is Australian innovation policy, asks Rachel ...  
The Morrison Government's aged care merry-go-round

After cutting funding by $1.2 billion, why is the Morrison Government now calling a ...  
Kaepernick and Nike’s takeover

Nike's support of Kaepernick is not a sign of progress. It is an attempt to reduce ...  
Taking over the corporate regulators, one IPA appointment at a time

Recent regulatory appointments by the Abbott/Turnbull/Morrison Government only ...  
Turnbull, the #Reefgate rort and Rupert

The Reefgate rort may be the biggest scandal in Australian political history — ...  
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