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The time to divest from Bitcoin is now

The rising price of cryptocurrencies is resulting in higher demands for electricity in order to ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Dominique Grubisa’s “asset protection”: How does she sleep?

Sydney solicitor Dominique Grubisa tells her students she can offer them lifetime asset protect ...  
Suppressing wages is economic vandalism in the current climate

The Fair Work Commission must reject calls for "wage restraint" from the business lobby at a time ...  
Andrews Government raises property tax for the rich

Tackling budget repair by increasing property taxes for the top end of town is a bold and effec ...  
No opposition to post-COVID mass migration plan

The pandemic has stalled “big Australia”, even though Scott Morrison craves an early restart ...  
Albanese much more than what the media portrays

Anthony Albanese has been the alternative prime minister for two years this week. The image the ...  
The Coalition, where all revolving doors lead to outdated fossil fuels

In one of the most uninspiring and regressive budgets ever, the Morrison Government has continu ...  
Morrison exploits the issue of China for domestic political gain

Last week, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison mixed up Taiwan and Hong Kong.  
Alex Hawke trashes Australia’s international education industry

Alex Hawke appears not to have grasped the flow-on effects of relaxed visa conditions on Austra ...  
The Coalition's debt far outstrips Labor's

​​​​​​​Some commentators drew parallels between the deep deficits and soaring debt ...  
Frydenberg was an easy target; Labor chose to be a small one

A closer examination of Anthony Albanese's Budget reply speech reveals that it lacks any substance ...  
Wren's Week: The Federal Budget is just more smirk and mirrors

It’s Budget week and that normally means huge flurries of propaganda from the Government’s ...  
Arts sector benefits from 2021 Federal Budget

The 2021 Federal Budget must be recognised as the Coalition’s Budget most favourable towards ...  
What the 2021 Budget tells us about Australia’s population directions

The Government updated its population assumptions in the 2021 Budget, highlighting its eagerness ...  
Seven ways the Coalition's budget is blue — not pink

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was on an inexplicable high after his underwhelming pre-budget speech to ...  
Josh Frydenberg's unremarkable shift in fiscal policy

Will the Morrison Government use this budget to move forward and embrace the opportunities of a ...  
Questions remain over Frydenberg's claims on ASIC expenses scandal

The company paid $110,000 to conduct an “independent review” into the corporate regulator ...  
ALAN AUSTIN: Job participation rate highlights burden on seniors and students

Australia’s high job participation is not the cause for celebration the Morrison Government and ...  

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