Josh TaylorMay 20, 20161 Comment
Uber has been ruled legal in Victoria thanks to an anachronistic law that no one got round to changing.
Jason MurphyMay 20, 201611 Comments
Yes, dairy farmers are doing it tough. But commodity prices rise and fall, and the government can't bail out every commodity maker.
May 19, 20166 Comments
A new analysis of the Trans Pacific Partnership by a US government agency reveals it will have virtually no benefits for the United States, write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.
May 19, 20161 Comment
Employment growth is clearly weakening again even as wage growth continues to plumb new lows. It all points to the RBA considering another rate cut, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Helen RazerMay 19, 201610 Comments
Private life becomes unendurable without the antidepressant of hope. So we accept and perpetuate lies about our circumstances.
Bernard KeaneMay 18, 201646 Comments
By demonising refugees, the government has ensured the issue will stay front of mind for voters. Too bad that refugees show exactly the characteristics that Malcolm Turnbull likes.
Bernard KeaneMay 17, 201623 Comments
The constant downgrading of revenue forecasts for the coming budget year illustrates how the Coalition, despite its own rhetoric, has been humbled by external factors.
Bernard KeaneMay 16, 201616 Comments
Bill Shorten wants Australia to remain a "manufacturing powerhouse". Rubbish: Australia is now a services powerhouse, and that's where its strength lies.
May 16, 201610 Comments
A big beneficiary of further cutting Australia's company tax cut will, in fact, be the US Internal Revenue Service.