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One-third of eligible workers in Australia are being underpaid superannuation by their employers, or not being paid super at all.
My words appear to leave you cold; Poor babes, I will not be your scolder: Reflect, the Devil, he is old, To understand him, best grow older. – Goethe, Faust Part 2, lines 6815–18 Say what you like about Satan, but he does at least give a fair price for … Continue reading
The Turnbull government’s plan to charge GST on all online purchases shows a “fundamental” lack of understanding about how online markets work, a local startup has warned.
As hard as it is for young people to get a foot on the property ladder, it’s even harder for pensioners and low to middle income renters to get a foot in the door … any door. Can budget 2017 fix housing affordability? Private rental accommodation is now more unaffordable … Continue reading
A group of Vietnamese asylum seekers, including 12 children, have tried to reach Australia by boat for the second time, writes Shira Sebban.
Turns out manufacturing is alive and well in Australia. Only these days we’re manufacturing crises. This week’s exhibit is from the gas industry, which having witnessed the energy market regulator’s grave warnings that we’d all be having cold showers in the dark in a couple of years, found itself summoned … Continue reading