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Gap between rich and poor a $247 billion drag on our wellbeing

21 July 2019 | Matt Wade

The income gap between rich and poor is a bigger drag on the wellbeing of the Australian community than previously estimated, a broad measure of national welfare shows.


It's good the PM has God on his side, he may need all the assistance he can get

26 May 2019 | Ross Gittins

It’s always nice for the country to be led by someone who’s obviously got God on his side. When he prays for a miracle, he gets it. And the challenges facing the economy are such that Scott Morrison may need all the divine assistance he can summon.


RBA will slash rates to 0.75 per cent this year: Westpac economist

26 May 2019 |

The Reserve Bank will go further than previously thought by cutting the cash rate not two, but three times before 2019 is over, according to a leading economist.


No going back: The US-China trade war will change things forever

26 May 2019 | Mohamed A. El-Erian

The impact of the US-China trade spat is no longer limited to just the two countries.


Salads, burgers and a cherry on top: GST food reforms canvassed at ATO

26 May 2019 | Adele Ferguson

The Australian Taxation Office believes the Morrison government should consider imposing the GST on a broader range of food such as pre-prepared salads and brioche hamburger buns to take into account new eating and packaging trends.


Housing downturn has 'some distance to run', builder warns

20 November 2018 | Nick Toscano

One of the nation’s biggest building products companies, Fletcher Building, has blamed a “sharp contraction” in the Australian property market over the past three months as it slashed its profit outlook and sparked a share-price plunge.


'We are not mongrels or bastards'

30 May 2018 | SMH

ATOTax Commissioner Chris Jordan says the Australian Taxation Office has agreed to trial independent reviews when small businesses and individuals are in dispute with the agency over a tax matter, following /react-text a joint Fairfax-Four Corners investigation react-text: 411 into the agency.


The jobs of tomorrow: what to tell your children

08 May 2018 | Rob Burgess

One of the difficult bits of advice many parents will have to give their kids in the next few years is “don’t do the job I did”.


The Putin myth: why Russia is no economic superpower

12 April 2018 | Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Russia's GDP was smaller than that of Texas even before the latest and most lethal sanctions imposed by Washington. It has diminished further to Benelux proportions after the rouble's 10 per cent crash this week, the steepest fall since the late Nineties.


How Elon Musk's big Tesla battery is changing Australia's power landscape

09 April 2018 | Nick Harmsen

The world's biggest lithium-ion battery — built by tech billionaire Elon Musk's company Tesla last year — has survived its first summer in South Australia's mid-north.


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