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Tech Budget 2016: Midwinter Ball postponed for election

So while odds are against it, Malcolm Turnbull could well go down as the first Prime Minister never to address the annual ball (as PM) since its mid-winter inauguration in the mid-Howard era.Somewhere in the nation's capital, there's a sequin-and-bedazzler revise its second-half sales forecasts downwards. .
Financial Review
03/05
34 Points

Carping on and on: A bit of brouhaha before the budget (whenever that might be)

And so it was on Monday, when the Treasurer twice forgot the day of the budget, and the Deputy Prime Minister stunned colleagues and commentators alike with a spectacular rant about giving herpes to fish (yes, really)."The budget I will hand down tonight ..." Scott Morrison initially declared, a full 29 hours before he was due to deliver it.
The Age
02/05
2 Points
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Money Budget 2016: Turnbull to call election by week's end, 'substantial' tax changes expected in budget

still falling short of Labor's school funding promises.Topics:federal-government,federal-elections,federal-parliament,turnbull-malcolm,bill-shorten,budget,australia First posted May 02, 2016 00:14:13 .
ABC
02/05
18 Points
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Tech Jeff Kennett to Mike Baird's Cabinet: do as I say, not as I did

So pretty much don't do what he did, given he was summarily turfed out of office in 1999, failing to secure a third term having pissed off most of country Victoria.
Financial Review
02/05
8 Points
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Budget 2016: What we know so far

The full details of the 2016 budget will be released by Scott Morrison on Tuesday night at 7.30pm, but there is plenty that we know already.
Leader
02/05
4 Points
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Budget 2016: What we know so far

The full details of the 2016 budget will be released by Scott Morrison on Tuesday night at 7.30pm, but there is plenty that we know already.
Leader
02/05
4 Points
1

Money Negative gearing debate continues as Liberal MP says its responsible for spike in house prices

Updated May 02, 2016 09:24:00 The debate about the impact of negative gearing continues in the wake of tomorrow's budget announcement, with one Liberal MP saying negative gearing has helped create the spike in house prices - and led to a housing market dominated by speculative investors. The Prime Minister has made it clear there won't be any changes to negative gearing in tomorrow's budget.
ABC
02/05
10 Points
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Budget 2016: Turnbull to call election by week's end, 'substantial' tax changes expected in budget

still falling short of Labor's school funding promises.Topics:federal-government,federal-elections,federal-parliament,turnbull-malcolm,bill-shorten,budget,australia.
ABC
01/05
22 Points
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Turnbull's cities plan: an urban revolution, or more of the same?

Malcolm Turnbull's attempt to make a virtue out of promising relatively little immediate funding for transport and infrastructure projects has been met with a mixed reception by planning experts. Malcolm Turnbull at a rooftop garden in Melbourne after speaking at the Smart Cities Summit. Photo: Joe ArmaoThe Prime Minister speaks at the Smart Cities Summit on Friday.
Leader
29/04
3 Points
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Turnbull's cities plan: an urban revolution, or more of the same?

Malcolm Turnbull's attempt to make a virtue out of promising relatively little immediate funding for transport and infrastructure projects has been met with a mixed reception by planning experts. Malcolm Turnbull at a rooftop garden in Melbourne after speaking at the Smart Cities Summit. Photo: Joe ArmaoThe Prime Minister speaks at the Smart Cities Summit on Friday.
Leader
29/04
2 Points
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Money Turnbull's vision for '30 minute' cities

ABC
29/04
7 Points

Turnbull's cities plan: an urban revolution, or more of the same?

Those proponents may use those using transport projects to support property development."This is actually an anti-sprawl process that's going to be unleashed here," he said.Angus Taylor, the assistant minister for cities, said the policy reflected a "significant change" from previous initiatives."Right now most of our transport infrastructure investment happens without regard to the housing impact, without regard to the jobs impact," Mr Taylor said.
The Age
29/04
7 Points
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Politics of asylum seekers has poisoned the policy

It turned out to easily be that government's biggest policy blunder, and led to a dramatic rise in boat arrivals. Rudd's July 2013 policy change was followed by a discernible decrease; then the Abbott government's turn-back policy squeezed it down to a trickle.The politics of asylum seekers pollutes our policies. The assumed electoral implications are over-egged by the political class, who believe (wrongly in my opinion) that Tampa and children overboard rescued the Howard government in 2001.
ABC
29/04
5 Points
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