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    Clark a ‘dismal scientist’ ahead of his time

    Clark a ‘dismal scientist’ ahead of his time

    16 Dec 2010 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Warnings on the negative effects of ever-increasing taxation have been ignored by our nation’s politicians. ...

    China partnerships offer benefits in Africa

    China partnerships offer benefits in Africa

    16 Dec 2010 by Duncan Calder

    Australia and China are developing investment opportunities in Africa. ...

    Time for new team to deliver

    Time for new team to deliver

    16 Dec 2010 by Mark Beyer

    After two years in power and a major ministerial reshuffle, it’s time for Colin Barnett’s government to deliver. ...

    Playing the political game at a safe distance

    Playing the political game at a safe distance

    16 Dec 2010 by Tim Treadgold

    Politics and business are closely linked, but sometimes the connection can get too close for comfort. ...

    Policy debate to heat up in 2011

    Policy debate to heat up in 2011

    16 Dec 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Labor’s hoping to open a few cracks in the government’s defences and zero in on problem areas for the premier and his team. ...

    Taxi costs bound up in state’s plate mistake

    Taxi costs bound up in state’s plate mistake

    16 Dec 2010 by Mark Pownall

    Government interference in the taxi industry doesn’t seem to be helping things. ...

    Time to remember the ‘first Australians’

    Time to remember the ‘first Australians’

    09 Dec 2010 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Before moving to recognise Aborigines in Australia’s Constitution it’s important to prove who the ‘first Australians’ were. ...

    WA could be more ‘business-friendly’

    WA could be more ‘business-friendly’

    09 Dec 2010 by John Colvin

    The liability burden imposed on directors is hurting investment and jobs. ...

    IR response tinkers at the edges

    IR response tinkers at the edges

    09 Dec 2010 by Mark Beyer

    The state government is putting ideology ahead of practicality in its industrial relations policies. ...

    History shows dangers of third-tier finance

    History shows dangers of third-tier finance

    09 Dec 2010 by Tim Treadgold

    The government’s ‘fifth pillar’ policy may be sowing the seeds of disaster. ...

    Conservatives to pressure COAG

    Conservatives to pressure COAG

    09 Dec 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Colin Barnett is still annoyed at his most recent COAG meeting experience, and will be hoping for a change in tone when the council next meets. ...

    Money won’t buy peace of mind, it seems

    Money won’t buy peace of mind, it seems

    09 Dec 2010 by Mark Pownall

    Are we somehow fearful of the freedoms we have inherited during the past 50 years? ...

    Students cop another hit to the hip pocket

    Students cop another hit to the hip pocket

    02 Dec 2010 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Labor and the Greens have moved quickly to impose an ideological agenda on universities. ...

    Pressure remains on short-term incentives

    Pressure remains on short-term incentives

    02 Dec 2010 by Pamela-Jayne Kinder

    The dust is still settling on the issue of executive remuneration after the post-GFC outpouring of shareholder anger. ...

    Good times can be challenging

    Good times can be challenging

    02 Dec 2010 by Mark Beyer

    Governments have been grappling this month with the challenges arising from Australia’s prosperity. ...

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