If the treasurer’s economic plan turns out as forecast, we’ll be back to something like normal by 2024. But with the government holding our hands all the way.
The collapse in population growth will seriously affect today's budget — but it's the fall in productivity and participation that will magnify its impact on the economy.
Our pursuit of 'population, participation and productivity' has created a strong economy. But it doesn't necessarily create a strong society.
Australians are paying the price for our addition to temporary migration through ever-longer commutes, a new report shows.
In the ongoing battle between Melbourne and Sydney, it seems the latter has begun to fall behind. What happened — and what does it mean for the future?
The PM says he plans to cut our permanent migration intake by 30,000, but who exactly are we talking about here? Would it really make a difference?
Our population has skyrocketed, and city planning refuses to keep up, but the most recent milestone won't be impressive for long.
The success of Tasmania's economy, which has turned around from being one Australia's least impressive, could be self-perpetuating if state and federal governments can find a way not to screw it up.