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Bank holdups to be certified A-OK? (Part 2)

Dr Evan Jones continues his six-part analysis on the series of parliamentary inquiries into ...  
Shop Small! The duopoly of Woolworths and Coles is killing small business

If the Americans are screaming blue murder because Wal-Mart and its competitors have 23 per cent ...  
NSW Government forces Origin to spread anti-carbon price propaganda

Last week, Origin Energy made the mistake of sending some propaganda to IA reporter Lachlan Barker ...  
Protecting consumers from Dark Patterns

There has been an emergence in recent year of “dark patterns” behaviour by sellers, which ...  
The Great Theme Park Scam

While Sydney’s new Wet ’n Wild is getting media brickbats daily, the established Gold Coast ...  
Don’t miss the bargains! Time to buy more landfill

At this time of the year, the nation enters an hysteria of excessive buying. Lyn Bender considers ...  
Australia's unfair knife laws?

Knives are legitimate tools, but in Australia some of them are banned. 15 year-old knife colle ...  
A broadband horror story from TPG

Thinking about getting broadband? Thinking of going with TPG? Maybe you'll think again after ...  
Facts speak for themselves — Australia still lucky country

Despite the News Ltd media and the Coalition talking down our economy at every turn, Australia ...  
Sympathy for the NAB

The National Australia Bank suffered a drastic "profit slump" last year, only clearing a meagre ...  
Technology and progress ― where to from here?

The way we are living is becoming unsustainable, says Matthew Mitchell, who outlines the 'reind ...  
Alan Jones and 2GB — lessons not learnt

By pulling all the ads from the Alan Jones Show, 2GB is losing money hand over fist — but have ...  
How the world's top brands greenwash the public

A new book by Guy Pearse reveals the so-called "green revolution" is largely being faked by big ...  
Electricity bill discounts: too good to be true?

Vince O’Grady discusses the privatisation of State utilities – especially electricity – and ...  
The BMW bandits

Peter Wicks has a thing for small cars, but he says choosing a BMW has become an expensive nigh ...  
Sodastream take on Coca Cola's bottling

Home carbonation company Sodastream are on a mission to rally support against the dangers of ...  
Carbon tax to raise electricity prices less than expected

  The effect of the carbon price on retail electricity will be lower than predicted and ...  
Do our governments do what we want?

The carbon tax and the flood levy—are they examples of the Government doing what it wants rather ...