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With another $9.4 billion for voters, was yesterday's Coalition campaign launch enough to shift momentum in the campaign back to Howard? We took the question to the Crikey Cabbie Panel.

Crikey Cabbie Panel: Was Howard’s launch a vote grabber?

With another $9.4 billion for voters, was yesterday's Coalition campaign launch enough to shift momentum in the campaign back to Howard? We took the question to the Crikey Cabbie Panel.

Ironically today's events may assist the Coalition in addressing one of the key challenges that it has had during the campaign; getting people to listen to the Prime Minister and his Government, writes Ian Smith.

Smith: Will rates get people listening to Howard?

Ironically today's events may assist the Coalition in addressing one of the key challenges that it has had during the campaign; getting people to listen to the Prime Minister and his Government, writes Ian Smith.

More evidence of fuel foolishness in regional airlines in Australia has been released this morning in a final report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau to an incident in which a small turboprop with 16 passengers on board almost ran dry mid flight in Queensland.

Regional flight just 10 minutes from disaster

More evidence of fuel foolishness in regional airlines in Australia has been released this morning in a final report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau to an incident in which a small turboprop with 16 passengers on board almost ran dry mid flight in Queensland.

Inflation may be up. Interest rates may be about to go up. But it still seems – just look at yesterday’s Newspoll - that Australians believe the Coalition are the better economic managers, writes Christian Kerr.

Kerr: Could rates be a rabbit?

Inflation may be up. Interest rates may be about to go up. But it still seems – just look at yesterday’s Newspoll - that Australians believe the Coalition are the better economic managers, writes Christian Kerr.

The late Bob Menzies knew a thing or two about Australia and Australians that his acolyte John Howard does not. We do not, as a rule, like bosses. And for good reason, writes Norman Abjorensen.

Abjorensen: Menzies would never have praised Pratt

The late Bob Menzies knew a thing or two about Australia and Australians that his acolyte John Howard does not. We do not, as a rule, like bosses. And for good reason, writes Norman Abjorensen.

Sydney Attractions on Monday released its Targets Statement in response to Village‘s $6.01 per share takeover bid. Refreshingly, SAG didn’t simply appoint an independent ‘expert’ to prepare a valuation of the company, writes Adam Schwab.

Sydney Attractions directors put themselves on the line

Sydney Attractions on Monday released its Targets Statement in response to Village‘s $6.01 per share takeover bid. Refreshingly, SAG didn’t simply appoint an independent ‘expert’ to prepare a valuation of the company, writes Adam Schwab.

 It has been reported that Gerry Harvey is planning to revive the defunct Norman Ross chain in New Zealand. And the revival of the Norman Ross brand in New Zealand is nostalgic to say the least, writes Adam Schwab.

The nostalgic revival of Norman Ross

It has been reported that Gerry Harvey is planning to revive the defunct Norman Ross chain in New Zealand. And the revival of the Norman Ross brand in New Zealand is nostalgic to say the least, writes Adam Schwab.

Why shouldn’t Rupert Murdoch own the Wall Street Journal? Why should we be worried by the idea?

Murdoch’s WSJ buyout: snubbing the snobs

Why shouldn’t Rupert Murdoch own the Wall Street Journal? Why should we be worried by the idea?

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