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Aged care: govt hands Labor an instrument of war

Aged care: govt hands Labor an instrument of war

Bernard KeaneMay 3, 20161 Comment

The government has taken a huge chunk out of aged care, giving Labor a potential election wedge.

Read my lips: no new tax cuts

Read my lips: no new tax cuts

Ben OquistMay 3, 201610 Comments

It couldn't be simpler for the callow Treasurer.

Turnbull's election fightback must start tonight

Turnbull's election fightback must start tonight

Bernard KeaneMay 3, 201614 Comments

Rather than merely rehashing last year's budget and copying Labor, Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison have to use tonight's budget to offer a clear story to voters, one that will enable them to regain momentum.

A (very) little-something-for-everyone budget -- but how accurate?

A (very) little-something-for-everyone budget -- but how accurate?

Bernard KeaneMay 2, 20167 Comments

The important elements of the budget will be its expectations about the economy and the path back to surplus -- but attention will focus on the handouts.

Welfare for everyone -- and six other ideas for the 2016 budget

Welfare for everyone -- and six other ideas for the 2016 budget

Jason MurphyMay 2, 201610 Comments

We should at least look into the feasibility of a "universal basic income" for Australia.

Memo to Moz: whatever you do, do NOT cut taxes

Memo to Moz: whatever you do, do NOT cut taxes

Alan AustinMay 2, 201612 Comments

In an open letter to the Treasurer, econometrics writer Alan Austin shows how he can produce a surplus tomorrow and pay back the debt.

Colgate-Palmolive cops fine for cartel conduct, but some have soap in their eyes

Colgate-Palmolive cops fine for cartel conduct, but some have soap in their eyes

Glenn DyerApr 29, 2016

Colgate is up for $18 million after a Federal Court decision.

The real backbone of the economy (hint: it's not mining)

The real backbone of the economy (hint: it's not mining)

Ben OquistApr 29, 20165 Comments

Political debate in Australia is too often completely disconnected from the economic reality.

'Innovation' is the worst word of the year, with 'agile' a close second

'Innovation' is the worst word of the year, with 'agile' a close second

Helen RazerApr 28, 20168 Comments

The private sector is not the be all and end all of Australian technological advancement.

Business bites: Bank of Japan ... budget plan ... hush, squawking clan ...

Business bites: Bank of Japan ... budget plan ... hush, squawking clan ...

CrikeyApr 28, 20162 Comments

International reserve banks set to move. And other business tidbits of the day.