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Barbarians at the gate: Don’t let them destroy Murray Valley National Park

John Barilaro intends removing statutory protections of the 42,000 hectare Murray Valley National ...  
Josh Frydenberg goes full Trump on the Reserve Bank

Josh Frydenberg roped RBA Governor Phillip Lowe into belting out a rendition of ‘Everything is ...  
Net migration levels increase under Coalition Government

The Government has at last revealed some details of its 2019 Budget forecast for a record-breaking ...  
If Adani was a wind farm

If the Adani Carmichael coal mine was a wind farm there would be 4.7 times more Aussie jobs.  
Americans (and others) duped by fake news and tweets

Most recent news on the U.S. economy has been upbeat and triumphant but the reality, as Alan ...  
Class service: The rich schools are becoming richer

Private schools are charging extraordinary amounts in school fees, for what is basically the same ...  
How I decided to run for the seat of Corio in the next Federal Election

When the political party that was meant to be a saviour of the poor lets us down, it's time to ...  
Do we want to create true human robots?

Technological advancements in AI are leading to the development of a true human robot, but is this ...  
MUNGO MACCALLUM: Morrison's fabled surplus

In spite of PM Morrison's assurances to the contrary, the budget surplus not been delivered and ...  
Challenging the dogma of GDP and population growth

Australia’s economy is centred on the belief that we need Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as a ...  
Wren's Week: A closer look at tax cuts

In this week's column, John Wren discusses the ramifications of Liberal tax cuts on the Australian ...  
House prices and household income plummet under the Coalition

The latest data from the Bureau of Statistics shows current policy settings are causing wider and ...  
War industry stocks rise and fall as Trump gets “cold feet” on Iran

In the event of escalating tensions in the Middle East, weapons manufacturers are set to profit ...  
Be ready: China and the East to dominate technological development

The Huawei boycott has wider implications for the political and economic order of the world ...  
The decline of Australian corporate culture

Poor conduct by principals and CEOs has resulted in Australia's corporate culture in need of a ...  
Lies, damned lies and tax cuts statistics

Former Head of Finance Michael Keating debunks an SMH article that suggests the Morrison Gove ...  
Politics of envy: Feeding the rich in an entitled society

It's about time the Australian Government started doing something to assist the poor and homeless ...  
Newsrooms tell the truth about the economy — after the election

Now the Coalition has been safely returned to power, some journalists are free to report what is ...