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But I'm told I have to fill out a form and return it, or call a listed number. That seems easier.
by John Mikkelsen - 30/11/2023 - 6 comments
Australia's ALP/Green government and their media mates are using subsidies, taxes and propaganda in a suicidal attempt to move the whole country to 82% 'renewable' energy.
by Viv Forbes - 28/11/2023 - 10 comments
The root cause of initial economic over-heating followed by policies to curb demand has been attitudes of the public, reflected in the governments they elected.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 27/11/2023 - 14 comments
The Australian terms of trade, calculated by dividing export prices by import prices, are still higher than during the resource boom earlier this century.
by Michael Knox - 27/11/2023 - 8 comments
While free trade in goods and services are no-brainers, the free movement of labour is not sustainable in a welfare state. The question is, how could a market operate?
by David Leyonhjelm - 17/11/2023 - 12 comments
The Liberal Party's energy policies lack clarity, making them ill-suited to take to the next federal election (due by mid-2025).
by Brian Wawn - 13/11/2023 - 11 comments
But yesterday, much of Australia's electronic money disappeared for up to 14 hours with the crash of the Optus electronic network.
by Viv Forbes - 10/11/2023 - 8 comments
Stronger demand and tight supply will generate higher oil prices in the new year.
by Michael Knox - 30/10/2023 - 3 comments
There is a growing concern that resources are being diverted away from equally pressing challenges, based on expectations that may be overly optimistic and detached from the arduous path of reversing climate change.
by Vince Hooper - 3/10/2023 - 10 comments
Net Zero Australia predicts capital costs for the renewable transition will be $9 trillion by 2050, and $1.5 trillion by the end of the decade.
by Graham Young - 29/09/2023 - 28 comments
The Productivity Commission job must have looked uninviting if the chance to preside over the gradual bankruptcy of Victoria was more appealing.
by Graham Young - 22/09/2023 - 10 comments
China's once-ubiquitous growth rates have given way to a more modest target of around 6%.
by Vince Hooper - 14/09/2023 - 3 comments


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