Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will release his first Federal Budget to the public at 7.30pm on 2 April 2019.


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Who do you trust?

Who do you trust?

Who do you trust?

Which party has your vote so far?

Opposition declares war on cancer

Opposition declares war on cancer in budget reply

Opposition declares war on cancer

Labor leader Bill Shorten outlines $2.3 billion cancer care package.

Taxes, health to top budget reply

Tax cuts and health set to top Opposition’s budget reply

Taxes, health to top budget reply

Opposition Leader set to put tax cuts and health at the top of his budget ...

Medicare to benefit

Medicare to benefit from our healthy economy

Medicare to benefit

It seems that a healthy economy means big health spending.

Super changes hardly super

Super changes minor, but somewhat helpful

Super changes hardly super

Retirees won’t benefit much from this Budget, but those still saving for retirement may.

Improved access to medicines

Improved access to medicines and health services

Improved access to medicines

Australians will benefit from more affordable medicines and access to health services.

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