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Health News

Doctors fear 'chaos' from government's rushed Medicare changes

The Australian Medical Association fears that some of the biggest changes made to Medicare in decades will leave the sector grappling to keep up.

Federal Budget

Federal Budget: A deficit of vision or the best since Costello?

Shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers used his address at the National Press Club on Wednesday afternoon to attack last week's Federal Budget for delivering "generational debt without a generational dividend".

Federal Budget

Budget reply: Where the major parties stand on issues important to you

How do some of the policies Labor announced in its budget reply compare with those of the government?

Federal Budget

Federal Budget 2021-22: What's in it for older Australians?

It was the budget we had to have, but what's in it for older Australians? YourLifeChoices breaks down Federal Budget 2021-22, including all the incentives for senior Australians and retirees.

Federal Budget

Social reaction: Aged care reaction and who missed out

We got the spin from the government, but some people have long memories.

Federal Budget

The four key Budget policies aimed squarely at retirees

The Federal Budget outlined plans to improve the Pension Loans Scheme and extend access to downsizer contributions among other important changes.

Federal Budget

What is the federal budget, and why you should care

Tonight the Australian government will tell you how it's going to spend your money over the next four years.

Government

Carmakers want to replace excises with a tax on how far you drive

The car industry wants a major nationwide overhaul of vehicle registration, stamp duty, licence fees and fuel excise, replacing them with a tax for every kilometre you drive.

Centrelink News

Centrelink wait times, queues, tipped to blow out post JobKeeper

The end of JobKeeper will mean more people unemployed, more pressure on Centrelink's staff and systems, says Professor Roger Wilkins.

Finance News

Standard tax deduction could save time and money

There are a few good reasons 1 July isn't celebrated with the gusto of 1 January. Despite the lure of a juicy refund, the new financial year task of completing your tax return is one of those reasons for many people.

Government

How large is Rupert Murdoch's reach in Australian media?

RMIT ABC Fact Check takes a look at the breadth and popularity of Rupert Murdoch's Australian media outlets, relative to their competitors.

COVID-19

Vaccine rollout setback: AstraZeneca not advised for under 50s

The vaccine rollout was thrown into fresh uncertainty on Thursday night after the government received medical advice against using the AstraZeneca vaccine for people under 50.

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