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The new Minister for Superannuation regards the industry super sector as "unholy" and in desperate need of reform to make it more like its inferior retail super counterpart
The issue has been dormant for a few months, but expect the Liberals to go after industry super again if they're returned to government.
Labor is talking about nothing but health, which is a positive for Bill Shorten but serves voters poorly when there are more critical issues to be dealt with.
Workforce issues such as wages are material business issues. Superannuation funds ignore this fact at their peril.
New data on superannuation fund assets shows just how spectacular a failure the government's superannuation agenda has been.
The government is rushing one banking royal commission recommendation through parliament. But is it intended to harm industry super funds?
While we're focused on what to do about under-performing superannuation funds, there's also the question of compensation for the egregious behaviour of financial institutions.
Crikey readers respond to independent Susan Moylan-Coombs' run at Tony Abbott's seat of Warringah.