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Rudd's “new agenda” speech is an attempt to to reach out to key constituencies: marginal voters, the major employer groups, unions, and small business.Peter Gahan
Energised by a new leader with a formidable mandate, India is about to stir. Australia must reach out to capitalise on the moment, argues Amitabh Mattoo.
The Liberals claim power prices have gone up 94% under Labor. Is that true? Dylan McConnell
Prabowo is the more worldly traveller, but Jokowi is more vocal on foreign relations. Colin Brown analyses the implications for the wider world of this week's poll.
Are Australians under more financial pressure than they were 10 years ago? Roger Wilkins
When big infrastructure projects are scrutinised, prioritised and chosen on merit, future generations won't curse us for the cost, argues John Freebairn. Image: Dandenong Road tram track construction.
Joe Hockey and Kevn Rudd play chicken with the pre-election fiscal outlook.Wes Mountain
History and Henry Bolte could teach today's political leaders a thing or two about catering for a population boom, argues Nicholas Reece. Image: Flagstaff Station, 1978 (Public Record Office Victoria)
The Federal Government could save hundreds of millions of dollars each year without affecting patient outcomesTerence Cheng
Declining employment and the looming closure of several international operations means whoever wins the November 29 poll must define a clear vision for Victoria's manufacturing sector, Peter Gahan writes.
Treasurer Chris Bowen and Finance Minister Penny Wong reveal a budget deficit of more than $30 billion. Cathy Harper
New Premier Daniel Andrews pledged to get straight to work "fixing" Victoria. Following a raft of campaign promises we look at the challenges and immediate priorities of the new government.
The economic case for rising above politics and embracing an increase in the GST. Professor John Freebairn
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Why is Australia's company tax base being eroded?Professor Miranda Stewart
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Date created: 25 June 2013
Last modified: 18 December 2014