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ACCC proposes $150k pa entry barrier to play news game

ACCC proposes $150k pa entry barrier to play news game

  52G Revenue test For the purpose of paragraph 52E(1)(d), the requirement is that the applicant corporation's annual revenue, as set out in its annual accounts prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, exceeds {$150,000}: (a) for the...

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Bob Day sells out on home ownership

Bob Day sells out on home ownership

The following letter to the editor was sent to the Australian Financial review on the 24th September 2014 regarding "Housing worse with no negative gearing". In his maiden speech, Senator Bob Day correctly stated, ?if every family had a job and owned a house, the...

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Bob Officer loses his grip on negative gearing

Bob Officer loses his grip on negative gearing

The Australian Financial Review?(aka the AFR) raised the negative gearing issue on 24 February 2014, when they published an opinion piece by Bob Officer titled, "Removing negative gearing would be a mistake", link here. Bob Officer is professor emeritus, University of...

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How to compare 16 politicians on affordable housing policy

How to compare 16 politicians on affordable housing policy

The purpose of this post is to work out who I will vote for in the House of Representatives based solely on the issue of affordable housing for the 2013 Federal Election. There are 16 candidates standing for the House of Representatives and 97 standing for the Senate...

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LNP endorse $1 million in secret donation/s to Mr Porter

Monday 18 October : 10am Wednesday 20 October 4:26pm Geoffrey Watson SC (former ICAC Counsel) has had enough of the federal government's shitfuckery.#auspol #WhoPaidPorter pic.twitter.com/q9cybyUH8L — Squizz (@SquizzSTK) October 20, 2021 Retrospective national...

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Devil’s advocate on Porter

Devil’s advocate on Porter

There's two main topics we could play devil's advocate on with Mr Porter. The first topic involves the allegations which have been the subject of legal proceedings. The second topic arose when he made an update to the register of members' interests on Monday 13...

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Should first time home buyers sue the Government?

Should first time home buyers sue the Government?

4 February 2018 Mr John Fraser Secretary to the Treasury The Treasury Langton Crescent Parkes ACT 2600 Australia Dear Mr Fraser, The following is for your consideration. Could you please outline the options available to members of the Australian public where the...

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