From supermarkets to human services, these industries don't suffer competition — and Australians are paying the price.
Members of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal are steadily losing their jobs and being replaced with people less qualified.
A welfare recipient has been asked to provide 10 months of financial transactions. Is it a new front in the welfare war, or another symptom of a broken system?
Attendees of a Centrelink-endorsed compulsory work-skills training session have walked away with life-changing advice including "don't dwell" and "be a spin doctor".
Careful observers may have noticed a pattern in how the government has handled the endless controversies of its broken robo-debt recovery scheme.
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Scott Morrison and the Liberal Party seem hell-bent on keeping Newstart payments at an unlivable standard. But it's not just the Coalition holding payments back.
We should not allow our government to slowly erode our humanity and our human rights, year by year, sneaky budget measure by sneaky budget measure.