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Barossa ban risks turning Australia into a trade pariah
29 December 2023

Barossa ban risks turning Australia into a trade pariah

In this article, Saxon Davidson contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into energy security, conducted as part of the IPA’s Net Zero Program. The IPA’s Net Zero Program aims to research the various ways net zero policies negatively affect Australia’s energy security, national security capabilities, and household electricity prices. Australia has a hard-won reputation as a reliable
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Anthony Albanese Must Come Clean On His Pension Entitlements If He Wants To Prove We All Get A ‘Fair Go’ In Retirement
24 February 2023

Anthony Albanese Must Come Clean On His Pension Entitlements If He Wants To Prove We All Get A ‘Fair Go’ In Retirement

If our analysis about how the Prime Minister could be eligible for a pension in excess of $400,000 per year for the rest of his life is so wrong, he should prove it The “fair go” has been a favourite go-to phrase of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese since he was elected to federal parliament in 1996. The phrase’s egalitarian notion
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Energy Crisis: Households Pay For Safety Mechanism
16 February 2023

Energy Crisis: Households Pay For Safety Mechanism

In this article, Saxon Davidson contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into energy security, conducted as part of the IPA’s Net Zero Program. The IPA’s Net Zero Program aims to research the various ways net zero policies negatively affect Australia’s energy security, national security capabilities, and household electricity prices. The energy crisis that became real for many
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Industry Super Funding of Union Movement in the Spotlight
7 August 2018

Industry Super Funding of Union Movement in the Spotlight

The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry has entered its fifth round of hearings in Melbourne this week, examining the superannuation industry. “The superannuation industry in Australia has become a playground for vested interests. Between 2013 and 2017 trade unions directly received over $18 million from industry super funds via directors fees alone,” said
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