John Menadue AO responds to the National Health and Hospital Reform Commission’s final report.
John Menadue‘s submission to the Senate Community Affairs Inquiry on the Private Health Insurance Bill looks at what Australia must do to contain healthcare costs.
Ben Eltham says that while we may have a new defence minister in John Faulkner, our thinking about defence is stuck in a bygone era
John Quiggin calls for, if not a People’s bank, at least a new inquiry into the financial system.
Eva Cox argues that focusing on what works will help ‘close the gap’ and create better policy for Indigenous Australians
James Arvanitakis examines how to undo the damage that scandals like Utegate do to our democracy
Anna Booth looks at creative ways to maintain employment in a downturn
Adam Rorris ponders the welcome problem of quickly spending $14.7 billion in schools
Miriam Lyons looks at the future of Freedom of Information reform now that John ‘the hipster’ Faulkner’s eagle eye is gazing elsewhere.