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Richard Boyle to appeal after court ruled against his whistleblower status
The decision prompted urgent warning that the case exposed significant gaps in Australia’s public interest disclosure act

Christopher Knaus

30, Mar, 2023 @2:00 PM

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Australia’s laws cannot protect whistleblowers like Richard Boyle, court finds
ATO whistleblower’s defence argues outcome contradicts objectives of whistleblower law but judge says that would sanction ‘vigilante justice’

Christopher Knaus and Tory Shepherd

29, Mar, 2023 @11:42 PM

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Inheritance taxes and negative gearing: how Australia’s top economists would raise $20bn a year
Experts also suggest scrapping the stage-3 tax cuts, placing a price on carbon and removing fossil fuel subsidies

Peter Martin for the Conversation

29, Mar, 2023 @11:00 PM

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ATO whistleblower Richard Boyle faces trial after immunity defence fails
Human rights advocate says decision is a ‘major blow for Australian democracy’ and shows whistleblower protections are ‘utterly broken’

Tory Shepherd and Christopher Knaus

27, Mar, 2023 @12:43 AM

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AI can fool voice recognition used to verify identity by Centrelink and Australian tax office
Exclusive: Voiceprint program used by millions of Australians to access data held by government agencies shown to have a serious security flaw

Nick Evershed and Josh Taylor

16, Mar, 2023 @2:00 PM

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Young Australians are struggling, but improving their lives doesn’t come at the expense of older generations | Alison Pennington
Millennials and Gen Z only know their country as harsh and self-interested. We must extend the ‘golden years’ of decent work and secure housing to them

Alison Pennington

10, Mar, 2023 @2:00 PM

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Peter Dutton believes he has found Labor’s weak spot – but can he move beyond defending millionaires? | Paul Karp
The Coalition sought to embarrass Stephen Jones as it tried to construct a broader narrative about broken promises

Paul Karp

10, Mar, 2023 @2:00 PM

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Our NDIS is helping almost 600,000 people with disabilities. But there is a sinister plan afoot! | First Dog on the Moon
Did someone say money?

First Dog on the Moon

08, Mar, 2023 @5:03 AM

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Guardian Essential poll: super changes backed by half of respondents – even among those with large balances
Approval for Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton continues to sag amid cost of living squeeze

Katharine Murphy Political editor

06, Mar, 2023 @2:00 PM

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Super changes could affect 10% of people retiring in 30 years, Labor reveals
Coalition accuses government of misrepresenting impact, while crossbenchers push to further tighten tax breaks for wealthy

Paul Karp

06, Mar, 2023 @7:07 AM

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Labor accused of ‘fiddling at the margins’ on super as Greens urge greater crackdown on tax concessions
Nick McKim says Albanese government proceeding with stage-three tax cuts means a ‘money-go-round scheme for the rich’

Amy Remeikis

04, Mar, 2023 @4:30 AM

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Will Labor’s super changes force people to sell assets to pay their tax? Here’s what the experts say
Fears that asset rich but cash poor Australians will be hurt by the new regime are overblown, economists argue

Jonathan Barrett Senior business reporter

03, Mar, 2023 @2:00 PM

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