It appears the Abbott Government has given up on cutting the budget deficit and slashing government debt.
Go hard in your first budget, moderate in the second and sweeten the third. This is a well-trodden path by governments wanting a second term in office.
In terms of some hard numbers, Australia should ideally be recording real economic growth a little above three percent, on average, over the course of the business cycle.
Few things unite our major political parties in South Australia. An exception is the threat that Australia’s next generation of submarines might be built offshore.
It is a tragedy that Work for the Dole has become the centerpiece of the Australian Government’s employment policy.
The crisis we face in Australia is not a budgetary one but a moral one as the foundations of the Australian settlement come under attack
As I watched events unfold in Ukraine during the last three months, I couldn't help but dwell on something President Putin said in 2006
This month’s State Election has all the makings of a close contest.
In the move to a budget surplus, how much is Joe Hockey’s prowess as Treasurer and how much is trickery?
South Australia must compete on quality rather than cost in order to drive high living standards for all in the 21st century.
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