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Cash splash a drop in the ocean amid titanic issues
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Cash splash a drop in the ocean amid titanic issues

The truth is that this budget, despite its impressive-sounding millions, fails to properly address even one area of need.

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Privatisation fetish will ensure budget spending splurge fails
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Privatisation fetish will ensure budget spending splurge fails

When it comes to the budget, the devil is in the detail.

Migration dependence exposes flaws in growth myths
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Migration dependence exposes flaws in growth myths

Reopening Australia to skilled migrants is being touted as a key plank in our recovery. But with wages stagnating, is it not time to confront assumptions about the program?

Changing story betrays PM’s reactive instincts
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Changing story betrays PM’s reactive instincts

George Megalogenis is spot on with his conclusion that Scott Morrison has been all too ready to pick fights with some sections of the community.

PM’s spouses matter, for better or worse
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PM’s spouses matter, for better or worse

Is it OK to criticise a PM’s spouse? It depends on what is being criticised.

Morrison’s India ban is another cynical election ploy
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Morrison’s India ban is another cynical election ploy

Once every three years, on polling day, we are all Australians. For any other day, check with the government.

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Stricken citizens should be rescued, not repudiated
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Stricken citizens should be rescued, not repudiated

What does it mean to be an Australian citizen? Evidently not much.

Abandoning our citizens in India just isn’t cricket
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Abandoning our citizens in India just isn’t cricket

Now that the Indian Premier League is suspended, will our PM suspend the ban on travel from India?

India ban a cynical appeal to Australia’s innate racism
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India ban a cynical appeal to Australia’s innate racism

The reasons Australian citizens may be in India are immaterial.

Baffling Chinese Darwin port deal must be scuttled
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Baffling Chinese Darwin port deal must be scuttled

This infiltration via our ports, combined with the bans and the imposition of high tariffs on exports, is already damaging many Australian lives.

Citizen shut-out a simply heartless solution to crisis
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Citizen shut-out a simply heartless solution to crisis

The Coalition’s response to the situation in India is horrifying.