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Peter Dutton’s alternative – lower migration, more homes, and a populist swipe at billionaires

When he was opposition leader, Bill Shorten faced Coalition criticism for attacking “the top end of town&rdqu...

Why is New Caledonia on fire? According to local women, the deadly riots are about more than voting rights

New Caledonia’s capital city, Noumea, has endured widespread violent rioting over the past 48 hours. This cri...

Investigating social media harm is a good idea, but parliament is about to see how complicated it is to fix

Barely a day has gone by this month without politicians or commentators talking about online harms.There have been ...

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judicial bullying is a problem in Australian courtrooms

Bullying by judges, magistrates and other judicial officers is a factor in many lawyers leaving the profession. This month is the first anniversary of...

Budget fight looms on Future Made in Australia tax breaks

Treasurer Jim Chalmers on Tuesday handed down his third budget. It had a second successive surplus and sweeteners, including relief on energy bills, a...

‘Westralia shall be free!’ How Western Australia’s secessionists stoked British fears the Empire was at risk

State Library of Western Australia, call number: BA428/1Around 90 years ago, two-thirds of Western Australian voters voted in favour of leaving the Co...

Israel’s invasion of Rafah will not eliminate Hamas or end the war. So, what is Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan?

The Gaza war has now entered its eighth month and a resolution to the conflict still seems far off.Israel claims to have killed 13,000 Hamas militants...

the 2024 federal budget split four ways

The government has handed down its budget for 2024–25. It’s delivered a $9.3 billion surplus for the financial year just about to finish b...

What the Reserve Bank thinks of Chalmers’ budget will be nearly as important as the voters’ opinion

Jim Chalmers has produced a benign third budget aimed at soothing hard-pressed voters agitated about their high cost of living and punishing interest ...

Relief on energy bills for all in a federal budget that bets on lower inflation

Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDA $300 energy rebate for all households from July 1 and a 10% increase in Commonwealth Rent Assistance are key ...

David McBride goes to prison – and Australian democracy takes a hit

Governments and their agencies wield awesome power. At times, it is quite literally the power over life and death. That is why in any functioning demo...

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Useful Guide to Choosing the Perfect Birthday Gift

For many people, buying birthday gifts is super stressful because they have no idea where to start their search, especially if their recipient alr...

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Getting through it: 10 things to know about divorce in Australia

Separation and divorce are a difficult time for any family, especially when you share so much of your lives. If you are in the early stages of div...

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Crafting Your Legacy: The Importance of Estate Planning Services

Estate planning is an essential aspect of financial and personal well-being that often goes overlooked until it's too late. It involves making cruci...

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