Melbourne's Grand Prix is a waste of money every year, but this year it's a waste of money with truly appalling symbolism too.
Advocates for nuclear energy will tell you that the greenies are holding back project viability, but say nothing about obsolete technology.
Malcolm Turnbull's position on climate change has undergone a remarkable range of gyrations. The same is true of Queensland Labor. Such flip-flopping always comes at a price.
The primary claim put forward in support of company tax cuts is that they will lead to an increase in investment. Let's investigate that claim.
Optimistic tax models put the average Australian at being 0.1% better off under the proposed company tax cuts. And the good news is they'll only have to wait 25 years for that tiny benefit to appear! Economist John Quiggin reports.
NEG is so miraculous that it's garnering positive reaction from both sides of the field; quite a feat for an eight page document with zero figures, writes economist John Quiggin.