Only 2 percent of the 1 million homes being promised by the Housing Accord will be affordable. All of them are in Greater Darwin.
“I think people are getting a bit weary of the Albanese government trying to have it both ways.”
The government is trudging ahead with a massive industrial relations bill that would allow workers to bargain for pay deals across multiple companies.
“People can’t eat these reports, people can’t eat these inquiries.”
“Basically, from an age perspective, the Stage 3 tax cuts are cooked.”
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The price of essentials like rent and medical drugs will never come down to pre-pandemic inflation levels if corporate greed goes unchallenged.
“Pre-election, [Labor] announced some sound long-term policies. But we need urgent action now.”
Debates over whether to call our economic downturn a recession are more political than technical.
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese homebuyers are walking away from their mortgage.