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11 June 2017 |
Jane* went to a "very gung-ho" all-girls Sydney high school where she was told "you can do anything" and "one of you will be the first female prime minister of Australia". She spent long hours climbing the corporate ladder while her two kids were in childcare or being looked after by a nanny. She has worked in banking, telecommunications, IT and the public service. But now, nearing 50 and with three degrees – two of them at masters level – she is exasperated at how hard it has been to get ahead as a woman in the workforce.
07 June 2017 |
Extortion, blackmail, cash back scams and slavery are happening every day under our noses. It is also happening in the supply chains of businesses, either through labour hire companies, or suppliers.
Under new legislation to be proposed by the federal opposition on Monday, big business will be forced to clamp down on slavery in their supply chains by reporting publicly – and annually – all efforts to identify and stop slavery.
31 May 2017 |
ASIC boss Greg Medcraft says the big banks and wealth management industry have used poor record-keeping to “hide a trail” of questionable financial advice.
Mr Medcraft, who finishes his term at the Australian Securities & Investments Commission in November, also hit out at the vertically integrated business model of the big lenders, arguing that cross-selling wealth, advice and insurance products was “not a viable business strategy any more”.
28 May 2017 |
I can't really put my finger on the precise moment I embraced my own male mediocrity. It was more a dawning realisation.
Be it striding confidently onto stage to deliver a lecture with minimal preparation, having the sheer audacity to think I can pull off live TV or radio, or even sharing my thoughts with you here, its warm embrace is always with me.
24 May 2017 |
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet paid $1.3 million through recruitment firms to the company at the centre of what is allegedly one of the largest tax frauds in Australian history, a Senate estimates committee has heard.
21 May 2017 |
The hunt for the Wikileaks founder has been a brutal and corrupt assault on freedom of speech from the beginning, writes John Pilger.
Julian Assange has been vindicated because the Swedish case against him was corrupt. The prosecutor, Marianne Ny, obstructed justice and should be prosecuted. Her obsession with Assange not only embarrassed her colleagues and the judiciary but exposed the Swedish state’s collusion with the United States in its crimes of war and “rendition”.
17 May 2017 |
Michael Cranston's illustrious 35-year career at the Trax Office suffered a major blow when he learned his son had been arrested over his involvement in one of the country's biggest white-collar crimes.
07 May 2017 |
Accused drug-smuggler Cassie Sainsbury’s lawyers are asking Australian taxpayers to help pay for her legal costs as she faces charges in Colombia.
02 May 2017 |
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has declared he will "bring the school funding wars to an end" in a stunning policy turnaround that will see the federal government pump an extra $19 billion into schools over the next decade.
30 April 2017 |
Have a look through the comments section of the first two parts of our Lost Property series and you’ll see solutions everywhere. Good, bad, funny, earnest, well-researched essays and undercooked thought bubbles. Everyone has a view on what should happen next. Some solutions, however, keep rising to the top, usually also proposed by economists, strategists, planners, analysts and even politicians.
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