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The shocking, salacious things we learnt about the ABC’s lunch spend

Four documents released by the ABC under FOI give an insight into the kinds of information News Corp journos are keen to get a hold of, write Myriam Robin and Sally Whyte.

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A taxpayer bill of rights? Tax watchdog vows to listen

The ATO has recently been accused of bullying and intimidating citizens. Now there’s a push for a “taxpayer bill of rights” to reign in the Tax Office.

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George Pell gets his racetrack – and you pay!

George Pell has got his way and won the right to close down Randwick Racecourse for his World Youth Day celebrations, but the racing industry has extracted a heavy price – to be met by the taxpayers, writes Jeff Wall.

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How long before tax rats trap a polly?

When it comes to lodging tax returns, there is one rule for you and me, and another politicians, industry barons, judges, magistrates and other high profile people, writes Chris Seage.

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