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Males in the Australian Defence Force are at the greatest risk.
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It’s time to talk to the big banks about mutual obligation.
We all lose out when we forget the "fair" part of "Advance Australia Fair".
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If you have to blame anyone, blame Napoleon.
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Even if our AAA credit rating was downgraded, it wouldn't be a catastrophe.
This is more complex than simply pointing to the winners and losers for each new policy.
In Australia, the 'precariat' is growing.
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'I am quite disappointed with the Catholic education system.'
As the cost of living keeps rising, but wages don't, people with close to no wiggle room get squeezed.
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"You're making students pay for corporate tax cuts!"
'Happy Birthday darling. Sorry my $20 necklace caused such trouble!'
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"This Budget is an admission of guilt. A signed confession."
Good luck, Australia. We're going to need it.
HuffPost Australia Editor In Chief Tory Maguire Took a Camera Inside The Budget Lockup. Here's a 45 Second Summary Of What She Saw.
Scott Morrison's rose-coloured labour market assumptions will be sabotaged by his own government's war on workers and wages.
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Is "better days ahead" over-egging it?
You can't solve a complex social problem like drug use with an absurdly simple and harsh response.
Labor MP Sam Dastyari had plenty to say about the theatre of budget night when HuffPost Politics Editor Karen Barlow caught up with him in parliament on Tuesday night.
Punishing people won’t achieve anything.
A drover’s dog could see that the key strategy should be to reduce demand from investors.
Sorry, first home buyers.
If you're on Centrelink, and take drugs, the government has you in its sights.
And a war with the big banks is now underway.
'I enjoy pronouncing all of the letters in all of the words.'
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ScoMo plans for "better days ahead" -- we'll find out Tuesday night what that looks like.
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Our commitment to foreign aid says we want to be part of the club but aren’t willing to chip-in when the clubhouse roof starts leaking.
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The real debt problem is the asset bubble which threatens the stability of the entire financial system.
Cutting school funding is a bad place to start.