Labor's proposal for a floor price for milk reflects an inability to see that agriculture is an industry like any other.
Kenneth Hayne failed to tackle the structural flaws of the financial industry in his royal commission recommendations. This is what he should have suggested.
Kenneth Hayne's retention of the current consumer protections for financial services will guarantee a repeat of ASIC's failings for a long time to come.
The Australian media is screaming about the sky falling but, once again, the facts don't really back that up.
Irrigators have been getting hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer handouts to return water to the Murray-Darling when far less expensive, and more effective, ways of achieving the same goal have been ignored by governments.
The Reserve Bank will be watching the summer auction season closely for any glimpse of the the housing market's changing fortunes.
While we're focused on what to do about under-performing superannuation funds, there's also the question of compensation for the egregious behaviour of financial institutions.
Based on its recent performance under Peter Costello, the Future Fund shouldn't be allowed anywhere near super. So why is a publication controlled by Peter Costello's company spruiking the idea?
NAB's board proved out of touch with 90% of its shareholders. But why didn't the Commonwealth Bank's shareholders react the same?