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The fate of a 50-year-old national park in western NSW is "at the mercy of water managers" regardless of the region's critical environmental role the reserve was set up to protect, ecologists and locals say.
SA Labor has accused Liberal leader Steven Marshall of failing to publicly disclose his significant shareholdings in the major banks during his months leading the charge against the Weatherill Government's doomed bank tax.
Billionaire retail veteran Solomon Lew has taken his personal attack on Myer's embattled executive chairman to extraordinary new heights, calling Garry Hounsell discredited and out-of-touch which would be "comical" if shareholders weren't losing so much money.
Billionaire retail veteran Solomon Lew has taken his personal attack on Myer's embattled executive chairman to extraordinary new heights, calling Garry Hounsell a discredited, out-of-touch liar whose incompetence would be "comical" if shareholders weren't losing so much money.
Barnaby's current travails, entirely of his own making, seem destined to play out like Bronwyn Bishop's "choppergate" debacle ("Nationals push for Joyce to quit now", February 14). We know how badly that was handled and ended. And remind me, please, who was the fool that said only two days ago that Barnaby's problems were a media "beat-up" and he wasn't aware of any of his National colleagues even talking about the matter? The ALP surely can't believe their good fortune - Barnaby's own goals (plural) have handed them the means to concurrently inflict much pain and embarrassment on both the Nationals and the Liberals.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian is under pressure to explain why she agreed to meet two publicans with criminal records including for arson and attempted insurance fraud and illegally owning poker machines late last year.
Energy companies have been warned by Premier Daniel Andrews that they must make compensation payments "over and above their obligations" to thousands of customers who lost power during a stifling heatwave last month.
I worry that the Morrison-commissioned inquiry into the banks is suggesting the abandonment of the four pillars policy ("Productivity commission chips at 'four pillars' merger policy", February 7). Sure, we can do with more competition, but dismantling the policy will most likely do the opposite by encouraging mergers between the big four. Legislation governing financial institutions gives depositors a preferential claim position in the event of a failure but does not provide any underwriting guarantee, either implicit or explicit, by the RBA.
Until now, only big investors have been privy to the Berejiklian government's figures on how many motorists are using the first section of the WestConnex toll road.
Like all things that intersect with our emotions the impact of reports of road tragedies is magnified over the holidays.
WA has launched an independent body to take politics out of planning, and create a major infrastructure blueprint immune from the election cycles that can leave billion-dollar projects dead in the water.
There are calls for more subsidised housing for Sydney's essential workers after a report found the city was losing workers because of the housing affordability crisis.
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Construction has begun on the $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel, despite key planning approvals and legislation not having passed Parliament.