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Nearly half of immigrants on welfare

Billions of dollars in welfare payments are claimed by nearly 900,000 immigrants annually. Costing taxpayers a whopping $15 billion each...
Economy
8 May

Gina Rinehart's advice for Malcolm

Malcolm Turnbull, listen up! Gina Rinehart has strongly suggested the Prime Minister imitate US President Donald Trump’s leadership by cutting...
Economy
8 May

Pensioners to receive cash bonus for electricity bills

It will be music to the ears of many struggling pensioners. ...
Economy
7 May

Leigh Sales grills minister on proposed university changes

The changes would be the biggest made to the student loan system in 10 years....
Economy
2 May

Budget to change the way medications are prescribed

Software used by doctors to prescribe medication will automatically prescribe the generic medication as the default....
Economy
2 May

The ATO has just released statistics on Australia's richest and poorest suburbs

The ATO has just released its most recent set of statistics on how Australian's are faring financially by suburb, which occupations are raking in the cash, and which state's are the most generous. ...
Economy
12 Apr

Are you the government's solution to the housing problem?

The announcement earlier today by Federal Treasure Scott Morrison has shown that the government’s plan for tackling the housing crisis in...
Economy
10 Apr

Gina Rinehart tells Australia to 'drain the swamp'

Australia’s richest woman Gina Rinehart has criticised the way Australia does business, saying too much red tape is hurting the...
Economy
6 Apr

Real target of May budget finally revealed

The government will use the Federal budget in May to go after tax evaders using cash payments to avoid paying...
Economy
5 Apr

Ivanka Trump and husband's finances laid bare

New documents released by the White House have revealed the extent of Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner’s wealth....
Economy
1 Apr

Cyclone Debbie's devastation will cost you at the shops

As the evaluation and cleanup of the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie continues in Queensland’s far north, experts are already claiming...
Economy
30 Mar

Fruit and vegetable prices to skyrocket after Cyclone Debbie

The price of some of the post popular fruit and vegetables on the market are expected to rise after Cyclone...
Economy
29 Mar

'It should be illegal to be a stay-at-home mum'

It should be illegal to be a stay-at-home mum. That’s the argument being put forward by a prominent magazine columnist,...
Economy
22 Mar

Government looks into cost of cutting stamp duty

If you’ve been following all the talk about housing affordability, then you’ll know one of the areas the government is...
Economy
18 Mar

Your premiums are going up, and the Senate wants answers

It seems enough is enough for the Senate as the increasing Private Health Care premiums have led them to put...
Economy
16 Mar

Solar power set to help public housing tenants save on their electricity bills

A trial to deliver electricity savings for some of the community’s most vulnerable electricity customers will be rolled out in Queensland....
Economy
10 Mar