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Turnbull’s recent attack on Shorten is symptomatic of desperation.
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They have to actually invest.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping has congratulated Malcolm Turnbull on his re-election as the leaders met on the sidelines of the G20 summit. President Xi said on Sunday he wanted the summit to boost econ...
Election 2016 was a study in two distinct approaches to campaigning; where one leader spoke to the individual and the other to the many. Now that the new Government has been sworn in, what can the campaign style of the major parties tell us about how the 45th Parliament will play out?
While trickle-down economics insists on drawing a dichotomy between the speed of growth and the spread of growth, the idea of inclusive prosperity acknowledges the empirical evidence that countries which grow more equally will grow more strongly.
'I counsel Australians against a roll of the dice.'
If Turnbull turned up to give a Labor speech, or Shorten to a Liberal function, I am not convinced the audience or the press would notice. They are both saying the same thing and trying to convince us that their way is the best way. But unfortunately, there is only one way being presented.
It's most likely our leaders are afraid of a mis-step, and that's certainly a risk. Social media accounts give election candidates unparalleled visibility. And that isn't always a good thing.
Malcolm Turnbull said Shorten's comments are 'disappointing'.
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'Australia cannot be an innovation nation while ripping the heart out of CSIRO.'
Education funding is shaping up as a key election issue, with Treasurer Scott Morrison saying the federal government's promise of an extra $1.2 billion for schools is "real money" that will be paid fo...
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The Turnbull government will invest an extra $1.2 billion in schools but seek to impose new conditions on the states and territories to get the money. The new funding to be unveiled by federal Educati...
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has confirmed that no changes will be made to negative gearing arrangements in the upcoming federal budget, describing Labor’s proposed changes as “reckless”. Turnbull...
Bring out your memes -- Malcolm Turnbull wants them all in the war on terror. Fire up your Photoshop, flex your tweeting fingers -- the Prime Minister needs YOU. The PM is in Washington, on his first...