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Prime Minister - Statement - National Cabinet

The National Cabinet met today to discuss Australia’s COVID-19 response, recent progress following the Victorian outbreak, easing restrictions (including international border measures), helping Australians prepare to go ba...

Sustainable Sales means Environmental Responsibility from Australian Businesses

In 2020, the term ‘sustainable sales’ no longer refers to a business needing to achieve a certain volume of sales to remain sustainably viable, but instead means that businesses need to operate sustainably to make sales...

Scott Morrison interview on the Today Show

KARL STEFANOVIC: The PM joins me now from Kirribilli House in Sydney. PM, Good morning to you.   PRIME MINISTER: G'day, Karl.   STEFANOVIC: There is no way you are going to be let in, you are enemy number one up there...

They are not necessarily particularly vocal 

James Ross/AAP Businesses are protesting vociferously about Victoria’s extended lockdown. It’s “gut-wrenching,” “devastating,” a “trainwreck,” a “death knell”. Yet businesses and shareholders are far from rep...

Super funds are feeling the financial heat from climate change

The wild fires that have ravaged the US west coast, turning skies orange, are a lurid reminder that climate change looms ever larger as an economic threat. This week has seen a flurry of announcements reflecting that reality...

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How tech billionaires’ visions of human nature shape our world

In the 20th century, politicians’ views of human nature shaped societies. But now, creators of new technologies increasingly drive societal change. Their view of human nature may shape ...

Parrtjima opens in Australia’s Red Centre

Free event in Alice Springs will lift spirits every night until 20 September Parrtjima – A Festival in Light launched last night with an incredible display of lighting installations and ...

Prime Minister Interview with Peta Credlin, Sky News Live

PETA CREDLIN: Well, tonight, 26 year old Sarah Caisip is alone in a hotel quarantine room. Earlier today, as we've told you, she was allowed out of that hotel room to view the body of her d...

Prime Minister Scott Morrison Interviewed by Ray Hadley, 4BC

RAY HADLEY: The Prime Minister has been in contact with me. He's on the line right now. Prime Minister, good morning to you.  PRIME MINISTER: Good morning, Ray. HADLEY: I note, in your...

Car subscription offers part-time workers access to a car during COVID-19

New research commissioned by Carly, Australia’s first flexible car subscription provider, surveyed more than 1200 Australians and found that 48% of part time workers would consider car subs...

Eradicate Sugar To Aid Good Mental Health

It’s R U OK Day tomorrow, Thursday 10 September, the national day of action for people to check in with their peers, family and friends to see if they’re ok.  Twenty per cent of Austr...

Why Car Sharing is dominating Car Renting

Sustainability, budget, urban living, lack of parking – these are just a few of the reasons that many people are choosing not to buy cars in today’s environment. Some want to do somethi...

The modelling behind Melbourne’s extended city-wide lockdown is problematic

I totally support the goal of eliminating the coronavirus from Victoria and at the same time hopefully eliminating it from all of Australia. I’ve written a book making the case this is t...

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Sustainable Sales means Environmental Responsibility from Australian Businesses

In 2020, the term ‘sustainable sales’ no longer refers to a business needing to achieve a certain volume of sales to remain sustainably viable, but instead means that businesses need to...

50 years ago Milton Friedman told us greed was good. He was half right

Hoover InstitutionThe point is, ladies and gentleman, that greed – for lack of a better word – is good. Greed is right. Greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the es...

They are not necessarily particularly vocal 

James Ross/AAP Businesses are protesting vociferously about Victoria’s extended lockdown. It’s “gut-wrenching,” “devastating,” a “trainwreck,” a “death knell”. Yet businesse...

Super funds are feeling the financial heat from climate change

The wild fires that have ravaged the US west coast, turning skies orange, are a lurid reminder that climate change looms ever larger as an economic threat. This week has seen a flurry of ann...

Here are three ways to fix it

SevenMaps/Shutterstock For two decades now, meaningful tax reform has proved elusive. At the federal level, there hasn’t been any comprehensive reform since the Howard government’s New Tax ...

An employer who cares about the environment, society and you

We spend, on average, about 90,000 hours at work. Given this, most of us want work that’s more than just a source of income. We want work that’s satisfying, significant, valuable. Work, in...

Why bullion is still a safe haven in times of crisis

“Gold” said famed investor Warren Buffett in 1998[1], “gets dug out of the ground in Africa or someplace, then we melt it down, dig another hole, bury it again and pay people to stand a...

Tim Reed interview with Ticky Fullerton and Adam Creighton, Business Weekend

Ticky Fullerton, co-host Sky News Business Weekend: Joining us now is Tim Reed. He's Chairman of the Business Council of Australia and former CEO of MYOB which of course is a window onto sm...

Politics

Republicans have used a ‘law and order’ message to win elections before. This is why Trump could do it again

In 1991, Donald Trump’s mother, Mary, was mugged on a New York street. As Trump’s niece recounts in her new book, the young assailant slammed Mary’s head into her Rolls Royce so hard...

Ensuring a consistent Australian foreign policy - Scott Morrison

The Morrison Government will introduce new legislation to ensure the arrangements states, territories, councils and universities have with foreign governments are consistent with Australian...

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