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Research shows our disadvantaged students are the hardest hit during COVID-19

New global research from Instructure reveals the changing views on student success, with 68 per cent of Australian higher education students feeling that they are falling behind on their studies due to the pandemic. The new report, “The St...

Stamford Capital has released the first comprehensive dataset analysing the initial impacts of COVID-19

Stamford Capital has released the first comprehensive dataset analysing the initial impacts of COVID-19 on Australia’s commercial finance sector, undertaking its annual Real Estate Debt Capital Markets Survey in February, 2020 and again in Au...

Premier Daniel Andrews - Statement On Covid

Seven weeks ago, our average case numbers were peaking at more than 400 every single day. Today, Melbourne’s rolling case average is 22.1.  It’s a remarkable thing – and an achievement that belongs to every single Vi...

What would Amy Coney Barrett, Trump's expected pick for the Supreme Court, mean for abortion rights in the US?

Last week, US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died[1] of metastatic pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg’s “most fervent wish”, revealed by her granddaughter[2], was that she “not be replaced until a new president is ...

Scott Morrison's address to the United Nations

Mr President, This is an historic and unusual gathering of our General Assembly. We gather not in the great city of New York, but from among our people, from across the nations of the earth, as together we face the same st...

Keating is right. The Reserve Bank should do more. It needs to aim for more inflation

Ashwin/ShutterstockFormer prime minister Paul Keating isn’t alone in wanting the Reserve Bank to do much more to ensure economic recovery.In an opinion piece for major newspapers he has said it ought to be directly funding g...

New Zealand companies lag behind others in their reporting on climate change, and that's a risk to their reputation

Shutterstock/sdecoretNew Zealand’s top 30 corporations do a poor job reporting on climate change compared with similar Australian and Fortune Global 500 companies, according to our research. The fact that most big businesses...

It's not only Westpac. What's behind the biggest fine in Australian corporate history

Marlon Trottmann/ShutterstockWestpac is to pay A$1.3 billion, by far Australia’s biggest-ever corporate fine for breaches of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act. The 93-page statement of agreed fact...

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Wontok appoints Mick Esber as Head of Technology

SYDNEY, 28 SEP 2020: Leading cyber security provider Wontok is pleased to announce the appointment of industry veteran Mick Esber as Head of Technology.   Mr Esber joins Wontok with more...

Porsche Cars Australia partners with UbiPark to develop Porsche parking app

Porsche Cars Australia has partnered with smart parking solutions provider UbiPark to develop a smart mobility app for Porsche owners in Australia. The app will deliver a new connected c...

Top economists back boosts to JobSeeker and social housing over tax cuts in pre-budget poll

Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDOverwhelmingly, Australia’s leading economists want the budget to boost social housing and the JobSeeker unemployment benefit rather than bring forwar...

Frydenberg is setting his budget ambition dangerously low

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s announcement that he’ll prioritise reducing unemployment[1] ahead of reducing government debt is welcome news. The government is required by the Charter of Bu...

Google and Facebook shouldn't subsidise journalism, but the government could

Jeff Chiu/APYou might have missed it – what with the biggest recession since the 1930s and a pandemic going on – but there may be big, and bad, changes happening to a media landscape ...

Testamentary trusts are one of the last truly outrageous means of avoiding tax

Scott Graham/UpsplashIt’s one thing to bring forward tax cuts, as the government is thinking of doing in the October budget.It’s another to leave wide open an arrangement that allows ...

Keating is right. The Reserve Bank should do more. It needs to aim for more inflation

Ashwin/ShutterstockFormer prime minister Paul Keating isn’t alone in wanting the Reserve Bank to do much more to ensure economic recovery.In an opinion piece for major newspapers he has sai...

New Zealand companies lag behind others in their reporting on climate change, and that's a risk to their reputation

Shutterstock/sdecoretNew Zealand’s top 30 corporations do a poor job reporting on climate change compared with similar Australian and Fortune Global 500 companies, according to our research...

It's not only Westpac. What's behind the biggest fine in Australian corporate history

Marlon Trottmann/ShutterstockWestpac is to pay A$1.3 billion, by far Australia’s biggest-ever corporate fine for breaches of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act. T...

Crystalbrook Collection to Acquire Brisbane Boutique Art Hotel the Fantauzzo

Crystalbrook continues its expansion across Australia's east coast. Crystalbrook Collection, one of Australia's leading sustainable hospitality companies, today announced plans to expand i...

how job insecurity shapes your personality

ShutterstockWith unemployment at its highest rate in three decades, almost a million Australians are experiencing the anxiety of being out of work. Even more are underemployed, and more still hol...

Why Flexibility Training Is So Important for a Healthy Lifestyle

Many people choose aerobic exercise to improve their cardiovascular health and to burn fat. Others choose weight training to build strength. Although both of these fitness elements are importan...

Research shows our disadvantaged students are the hardest hit during COVID-19

New global research from Instructure reveals the changing views on student success, with 68 per cent of Australian hi...

The long history of preventing minorities from voting in the US

“We really are the only advanced democracy on Earth that systematically and purposely makes it really hard for people t...

With polls showing Labour could govern alone, is New Zealand returning to the days of 'elected dictatorship'?

Labour leader Jacinda Ardern and National leader Judith Collins meet in the first TV debate on September 22.GettyImagesIn the...

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