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The next stage of the Centre for Policy Development’s education policy series will focus on our schools system and on education funding in particular. Over the next two months we will invite teachers, academics, policy makers, parents, advocates, and other… more
Bob Kinnaird outlines seven key policy changes that can be made to the temporary skilled visa program to ensure that it doesn’t exploit foreign workers, put downward pressure on Australian wages, or give an unfair competitive advantage to some employers
As the US shapes up for a low-carbon diet, Australia is stuck in a carbon-bloated economy that gets fatter every day, writes Corin Millais
Risks associated with the science of the small demand a Government commitment to protect the public interest, writes Georgia Miller
Australia'’s suburbs face a transport crisis and the Federal Government is doing little to help, writes Chris Anderson
Erectile dysfunction? Menopause? Pop a pill! By persuading consumers to buy more drugs, whether or not they need them, drug company advertising costs taxpayers a packet. Here’s how to cure the Code, by Viola Korczak
Saving Medibank and saving health $$$ Democratic engagement can come at a price Valuing unpaid work Between a blog and a hard place: advertising in the news media Remembering Menzies Saving Medibank and saving health $$$
'Telstra frankly has the Government where it wants it', writes Democrats Senator Lyn Allison. It will take something a little more creative than T3 to get Telstra – and Australia's internet services – up to speed.