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In the upcoming Quarterly Essay, George Megalogenis argues that unless the Turnbull government acts, Australia risks becoming globalisation's next and most unnecessary victim.

In the upcoming Quarterly Essay, George Megalogenis argues that unless the Turnbull government acts, Australia risks becoming globalisation's next and most unnecessary victim.

Unions say they will revive a 2007 WorkChoices-style campaign to fight any IR reform floated by the Abbott government.

Unions say they will revive a 2007 WorkChoices-style campaign to fight any IR reform floated by the Abbott government.

Attorney-General George Brandis has linked the terrorist attack in Paris and the siege in Sydney to the government's push to pass mandatory data-retention legislation in Australia.

Attorney-General George Brandis has linked the terrorist attack in Paris and the siege in Sydney to the government's push to pass mandatory data-retention legislation in Australia.

Malcolm Turnbull on ABC 7.30 said his negative gearing policy was 'common sense'. John Daley thinks he is wrong.

Malcolm Turnbull on ABC 7.30 said his negative gearing policy was 'common sense'. John Daley thinks he is wrong.

What do Turnbull and Trump have in common? They are following a global trend where economics has eclipsed politics as the governing discourse Turnbull is emerging as Australia’s quintessential CEO politician, putting him in the company of would-be US President Donald Trump, along with other international examples, such as New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, a former investment banker.

What do Turnbull and Trump have in common? They are following a global trend where economics has eclipsed politics as the governing discourse Turnbull is emerging as Australia’s quintessential CEO politician, putting him in the company of would-be US President Donald Trump, along with other international examples, such as New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, a former investment banker.

55 workers sacked and re-offered the same jobs on 65% of the pay. This is not the Australia we want

55 workers sacked and re-offered the same jobs on 65% of the pay. This is not the Australia we want

Chinese Nationalist Party Building in Little Bourke Street, Melbourne Australia   Old photo source: Internet  New photo taken in 2011 by  Aspiration + Creativity Walter Burley Griffin remodelled the existing earlier building in 1915, shown right.

Chinese Nationalist Party Building in Little Bourke Street, Melbourne Australia Old photo source: Internet New photo taken in 2011 by Aspiration + Creativity Walter Burley Griffin remodelled the existing earlier building in 1915, shown right.

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