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The NSW government's foray into blatant protectionism

Bernard KeaneJun 17, 20097 Comments

The blatant protectionism in yesterday’s NSW budget could be highly damaging to Australia’s long-term economic interests.

NSW budget: powered by property

CrikeyJun 17, 2009

NSW Treasurer Eric Roozendaal's first budget confirms that the state's public finance is at the mercy of the property market.

Swine flu chaos? GPs only have themselves to blame

by a disgruntled health care professionalJun 15, 20096 Comments

Sitting on our arses? I think not, writes a disgruntled health care professional.

CASA gives the NSW Police Integrity Commission dark powers

Ben SandilandsJun 15, 20091 Comment

The NSW Police Integrity Commission can now pursue crooked NSW cops with NSW Police helicopters and small aircraft at night without lights.

Sydney: ordinary, dubious and crawling with merchant bankers

CrikeyJun 12, 2009

Hot on the heels of Louis Nowra's Sydney bashing in The Weekend Oz, Richard Ackland throws a new punch: "Sydney makes Dallas look like Paris."

Snowy River salvation fail

Bernard KeaneJun 11, 20092 Comments

Despite an inter-governmental agreement and the investment of hundreds of millions of dollars, the Snowy River is closer to systemic failure now than it was a decade ago.

Frank Sartor for Premier in NSW: let the buffoonery begin

Alex MitchellJun 11, 20093 Comments

Alex Mitchell reports on the absurdity of NSW premiership speculation.

Debus vs Searle: NSW ALP rival sub-ghetto hatred

Alex MitchellJun 10, 20092 Comments

Bob Debus has been given the almost feudal privilege of choosing his own successor.

World Rally dictates terms to NSW government

by David Lovejoy, publisher of the Tweed Shire EchoJun 9, 20092 Comments

The people of the far north coast of NSW learned a valuable lesson recently: never get between the government and an event involving high-powered cars, writes the publisher of the Tweed Shire Echo David Lovejoy.

The brothers Fitzgibbon: the ALP writ small

Bernard KeaneJun 5, 20096 Comments

Mark Fitzgibbon, whose inability or unwillingness to stay out of his younger brother’s office led to Joel Fitzgibbon’s downfall is, as they say, no stranger to controversy.

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