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Anti-dumping commission is also anti-deadline and bad for business

Anti-dumping commission is also anti-deadline and bad for business

Bernard Keane and Glenn DyerMay 22, 20176 Comments

If you're a foreign company targeted under Australia's protectionist anti-dumping laws, be prepared to settle in and wait. The bureaucracy responsible for protectionism likes to take it time, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer report.

Is Dutton's ‘fake refugees’ argument designed to undermine the Administrative Appeals Tribunal?

Is Dutton's ‘fake refugees’ argument designed to undermine the Administrative Appeals Tribunal?

Josh TaylorMay 22, 201711 Comments

Peter Dutton's criticism of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal shows the government is thinking about bypassing the tribunal for refugee reviews.

Rundle: lost in a blue haze, as the Tories launch forth to victory

Rundle: lost in a blue haze, as the Tories launch forth to victory

Guy RundleMay 19, 201710 Comments

The launch went off like a bomb, and the political viagra afterglow continued all day.

Trump brains trust might be rethinking laptop ban on US-bound flights

Trump brains trust might be rethinking laptop ban on US-bound flights

Ben SandilandsMay 19, 2017

Reports suggest Trump's anti-terrorism stance on passenger personal devices to US-bound flights may change.

Rundle: it's Watergate on speed now

Rundle: it's Watergate on speed now

Guy RundleMay 19, 201725 Comments

Not only is there the Comey issue, but added to Trump's troubles is a White House believed to be melting down in conflict and incompetence.

Should we let small country towns die?

Should we let small country towns die?

Bernard KeaneMay 19, 20178 Comments

The government is looking for a sound policy basis for its regional development policy. It might not have much luck with the Productivity Commission.

Human Services plans massive robo-debt expansion on pensioners

Human Services plans massive robo-debt expansion on pensioners

Josh TaylorMay 19, 20179 Comments

The Department of Human Services will continue with plans to expand the data it uses to chase people alleged to have been paid too much welfare.

Arrogant Immigration continues to bungle and stumble

Arrogant Immigration continues to bungle and stumble

Bernard KeaneMay 19, 201710 Comments

There is no area where the Department of Immigration doesn't stuff up. Not even its own accommodation.

Meet the men running for the Iranian presidency

Meet the men running for the Iranian presidency

John TullohMay 19, 20171 Comment

Iranians will decide their next president this week in what looms an important geopolitical decision, writes veteran foreign news reporter John Tulloh.

NSW government rejects call for internet filtering, opt-in Safe Schools

NSW government rejects call for internet filtering, opt-in Safe Schools

Josh TaylorMay 18, 2017

The NSW government has rejected calls to force internet filtering on the population and to make Safe Schools opt-in only.

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