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Why is The Conversation still pursuing the Adani Carmichael Mine?

Why are we still pursuing the Adani Carmichael mine? Michael West, University of Sydney Why, if Adani’s gigantic Carmichael coal project is so on-the-nose for the...

Australian Bank Indicates It Will Not Refinance Adani

Adani’s financing for its proposed Carmichael coalmine could face a further hurdle, with Westpac appearing to indicate it will not refinance its existing loan...

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Patchwork, ironic, serious and kitsch: the best of the 2016 Archibald

Patchwork, ironic, serious and kitsch: the best of the Archibald finalists Joanna Mendelssohn, UNSW Australia In early 1973 I was responsible for administering and hanging the...

Understanding the NDIS: how does the scheme work and am I...

Carmel Laragy, RMIT University On July 1 2016, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) moved from a trial phase to a full national roll-out. In...

Election 2016 – Infographic: what we know so far about the...

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What are Nick Xenophons Policy Principles

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Volkswagen’s U.S. diesel emissions settlement to cost $15 billion

Volkswagen AG's (VOWG_p.DE) settlement with nearly 500,000 U.S. diesel owners and government regulators over polluting vehicles is valued at more than $15 billion cash,...

How 76 profitable companies left Australian taxpayers $5.6 billion out of...

The biggest multinational companies operating in Australia are paying half the 30 per cent corporate tax rate on average, according to a new report...

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Back to the centre

The electorate is not as volatile as we might imagine By George Megalogenis For the third election in a row, Australians are being offered a choice...

It’s time to expose the myths of the neo-liberal economic model

Article by Greg Jericho For Malcolm Turnbull the election is all about jobs and growth and a belief that a company tax cut and reducing...

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Australian household electricity prices may be 25% higher than official reports

Australian household electricity prices may be 25% higher than official reports Bruce Mountain, Victoria University The International Energy Agency (IEA) may be underestimating Australian household energy...

Energy prices are high because consumers are paying for useless, profit-boosting...

Energy prices are high because consumers are paying for useless, profit-boosting infrastructure Bruce Mountain, Victoria University The preliminary report on energy prices released last week by...

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Ethics secondary in life insurance

Benjamin Koh, SMH March 11, 2016 Ethics and insurance don’t go hand in hand The behaviour of Commonwealth Bank’s financial planning division was predicted several...

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Australian household electricity prices may be 25% higher than official reports

Australian household electricity prices may be 25% higher than official reports Bruce Mountain, Victoria University The International Energy Agency (IEA) may be underestimating Australian household energy...

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