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What it is actually like for people inside the aged care system?
Around 393,000 Australians will receive unexpected windfalls in coming weeks.
Former treasurer Peter Costello urges government to consider controversial age care plan.
Deloitte Access Economics suggests fixing the aged care system would not be expensive.
Important economic reform in Australia peaked in the 1980s and 1990s.
Health organisations are pushing for a 20 per cent tax on sugary drinks.
The PM has declared the Government’s cashless welfare card trial a “success”.
Behaviour that leads to the exploitation of elderly and vulnerable will not be tolerated.
Asylum seekers win landmark settlement after taking class action lawsuit.
Should the Treasurer's embracing of good debt have us worried?
Upset millionaire seemingly seeks his revenge on Financial Services Minister.
Scott Morrison has refused to provide economic modelling on company tax cuts.
The time it takes to talk to a Centrelink operator is longer than the DHS ...
Government departments, such as the ATO, are looking at your social media posts.
Liberal MP gives his advice to help young people achieve home ownership.
Labor has offered a compromise on the Government’s proposed super measures.
States and territories could be able to set their own income tax rates.
Several leading brands have been found to be exploiting the Health Star Rating System.
The results of the AMA’s public hospital review are not positive.
Government agencies still trying to access metadata.
ISA has called for the May 2015 budget pension changes to be wound back.
Australia’s new chief scientist is advocating the end of coal-fired power.
Tony Abbott has promised Australia will increase its humanitarian intake.
Pension changes, new taxes on multinationals and GST on online sales are expected.
Means-testing the family home could result in a $6000 increase to pensions.
The Federal Government has announced it will revamp the Medicare system.
The offer of an independent review into pension rates is nothing more than lip service ...
Review undertaken by Patrick McClure has found welfare system needs restructured.
The scrapping of Medicare rebate cuts suggests a health system in turmoil.
Changes to the Medicare rebate will take effect from Monday 19 January.
Multinational companies are off the hook from paying the correct tax in Australia.
The results of the Victorian State Election may be a warning to the Federal Government.
FoFA legislation under fire as senators back flip on agreement.
Companies have been asked to incorporate the $7 GP co-payment into products.
The Federal Government has finally announced assistance for Ebola-infected areas.
Detention centres have cost Australian taxpayers in excess of $1 billion.
Government agencies accessed more than 84,000 Telstra customer records last year.
Treasury documents show budget spending cuts would hit poorest households hardest.
The Federal Government will close loopholes being exploited by multinationals.
The estates of deceased students with unpaid student loans could be targeted.
Financial industry experts still have doubts over the integrity of many financial advisors.
The physical and mental health needs of asylum seekers is now at risk
Holden boss Mike Devereux announced that the company will stop manufacturing cars in Australia.
A deal with the Greens will see the removal of the Federal Government’s debt ceiling.
Margaret was recently contacted by someone claiming to be from the ATO handing out ‘Hardship ...
The Federal Government will defer indefinitely $1.4 billion in tax cuts
The Government can now take accounts which have been inactive for three years
Alan has heard that Capital Gains Tax may be introduced on the sale of ...
The number of payphones is expected to decrease to fewer than 20,000
A recently released report reveals that more than 2.25 million Australians are living in poverty.
Getting caught out paying too much into super can result in a hefty and unexpected ...
After the success of our recent online safety survey, we made a submission to ...
In a speech delivered from London last night and subsequent TV interview, Shadow Treasurer Joe ...
In the last three Federal elections I have voted Liberal, which means I voted ...
In previous years when watching these ‘Fat TV’ reality shows, one message has been ...
Derryn Hinch has started the year true to form by taking a swipe at ...
The figures are damning. Six hundred thousand Australians play poker machines at least once ...
Gambling addiction is a serious issue in Australia. You can’t watch a game of ...
Our thanks to The Hon Bronwyn Bishop, MP, Shadow Minister for Seniors for responding to the same three questions asked of the Federal Government. Question One – Bowel Cancer Q. With 80 people dying from bowel cancer each week, why has funding ...
Australia's population is ageing rapidly. While private enterprise may see the opportunity to make a fast buck by providing goods and services to this older cohort, only the Federal Government has the ability to set national benchmarks and, to a large extent, control the agenda. So how active can ...
Over 90% of Australians wish to remain in their own home as they age, increasing the need for support services and assisted living technologies. Many countries facing the ageing population challenges are starting to develop the technology required to provide ageing-in-place support but what funding has the Federal Government ...
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