South Australia

Daniel Wild On 5AA Mornings Discussing IPA Migration Analysis – 30 October 2023
30 October 2023

Daniel Wild On 5AA Mornings Discussing IPA Migration Analysis – 30 October 2023

On October 30, the Institute of Public Affairs’ Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild joined Matthew Pantelis on FiveAA Mornings to discuss IPA analysis on immigration, which shows how record migration levels are exacerbating Australia’s housing shortage. All media appearances posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research Below is a transcript of
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Two-thirds Of South Australians Agree The Voice And Politics Is Out Of Bounds In Sport
11 August 2023

Two-thirds Of South Australians Agree The Voice And Politics Is Out Of Bounds In Sport

“The Port Adelaide Football Club’s decision this week to focus on politics rather than football betrays so many of their passionate supporters who do not want their club to be a mouthpiece for the political class,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. As part of the IPA’s research into South Australians’ views on the
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Permanent And More Powerful
1 August 2023

Permanent And More Powerful

South Australians will play a crucial role in the forthcoming referendum on whether to permanently enshrine into the Australian Constitution an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice (the National Voice). Altering the Constitution requires the approval of a majority of voters nationwide and a majority of voters in at least four states, making South Australia a key battleground state in
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Both Divisive And Disruptive But Canberra Voice Far Riskier Than SA Voice
1 August 2023

Both Divisive And Disruptive But Canberra Voice Far Riskier Than SA Voice

“Putting race at the heart of governing is both divisive and disruptive, however, enshrining a race-based Voice in the nation’s Constitution is a far greater risk than South Australia’s legislated Voice to Parliament,” said John Storey, Director of the Legal Rights Program at the Institute of Public Affairs. Today, the IPA released a new research report, Permanent and More Powerful,
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Daniel Wild Discussing New Research On South Australians’ Views On The Canberra Voice To Parliament
25 July 2023

Daniel Wild Discussing New Research On South Australians’ Views On The Canberra Voice To Parliament

On July 25, IPA Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild discussed IPA polling on South Australians’ views on the Canberra Voice to Parliament, on FiveAA Mornings with Matthew Pantellis. Below is a transcript of the interview. Matthew Pantelis: The Institute of Public Affairs has released a polling conducted here in SA on the Voice and the referendum coming up towards the
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Everyone Would Have Paid Cost
15 November 2017

Everyone Would Have Paid Cost

South Australians can breathe a sigh of relief today after the State Government declared its bank tax ‘dead’. If any state economy needs lower taxes, less red tape and a more competitive free enterprise environment, it’s South Australia. Well done to the Liberal Party, Australian Conservatives and Advance SA MPs for standing up for SA at a time when this
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Abandonment Of Bank Tax A Win For South Australia
15 November 2017

Abandonment Of Bank Tax A Win For South Australia

“The bank tax would have crushed investment, job creation, and growth in South Australia. It’s good that it has been abandoned,” said Mr Wild, research fellow with the free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs. Today the South Australian Weatherill Labor government announced it would not be proceeding with the South Australian bank tax. “The South Australian Coalition
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SA Bank Levy Has Already Caused Harm To The South Australian Economy
7 July 2017

SA Bank Levy Has Already Caused Harm To The South Australian Economy

A new report released today by the Institute of Public Affairs, has found that the South Australian Bank Levy has already damaged the investment reputation of South Australia, despite not yet being put to Parliament. The Report The South Australia Major Bank Levy: Arbitrary, unjustified, and harmful for South Australia and the rest of the country, by Dr Chris Berg
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The South Australian Major Bank Levy: Arbitrary, Unjustified, and Harmful for South Australia And The Rest Of The Country
7 July 2017

The South Australian Major Bank Levy: Arbitrary, Unjustified, and Harmful for South Australia And The Rest Of The Country

In the South Australian state budget 2017-18, South Australian Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis announced that the state government intended to introduce a South Australian Major Bank Levy, one of two revenue measures “to help us meet the cost of our significant support for driving economic growth and creating more jobs”.1 Treasurer Koutsantonis made clear that this levy was explicitly modelled on
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State Government Bank Levy Makes South Australia Riskiest Place For Investment In Australia
3 July 2017

State Government Bank Levy Makes South Australia Riskiest Place For Investment In Australia

Imagine being an international investor looking at Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis’s Budget. You wouldn’t be interested in his infrastructure spend and “future jobs fund”. You’d immediately hone in on the fact that the South Australian government has doubled down on the Federal Coalition’s bank levy by introducing its own state bank levy. And you’d immediately understand that this makes SA the
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