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Finance News

Critics line up to blast tax cuts for the rich

Men and big wage earners the winners after Labor says it will support 2024 tax cuts.

Federal Government

Warnings as Labor agrees to lock in government's 'Budget booby trap'

Labor has announced it will support the government's tax cuts for high income earners.

Government

Morrison and Coalition sink in the latest Newspoll on the back of rollout shambl

Satisfaction with the federal government's handling of the pandemic and vaccine availability plunges.

Travel News

Seven ways to fix the travel 'cancellation chaos'

CHOICE has asked Australian governments to fix Australia's travel issues with seven urgent reforms, starting by making it easier for travellers to obtain refunds.

Seniors Finance

Calls for inheritance tax and GST hike to fix broken tax system

Australia's tax laws are costing the nation about $50 billion in compliance costs, while inefficient taxes are costing even more in lost economic growth.

COVID-19

NSW entrepreneur wants pollies to take a pandemic pay cut

NSW entrepreneur Mark Bouris has called on politicians to put their money where their mouth is in support of small business.

Seniors Finance

We need a new strategy to protect older adults from violent crime

Compared to younger homicide victims, older homicide victims are more likely to be women who die in their own home at the hands of a stranger.

COVID-19

Most older Aussies need to be vaccinated before nation reopens

Around 70 to 80 per cent of older Aussies will need to be vaccinated before the nation reopens, prompting calls for reduced time between jabs.

Federal Government

Morrison's 'new deal' is not what most Australians want

All-encompassing crises like a pandemic can expose systemic flaws and failures in society, clearing the decks for radical reform and renovation.

Federal Government

Another day, another rorts scandal - this time with car parks

The auditor-general has reported that a $389 million car park construction fund has been administered ineffectively.

COVID-19

Federal government data shows one in five COVID-19 jabs not being used

As the debate around Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout escalated yesterday, fresh federal government data revealed one in five jabs were not being used.

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