Category Archives: Catallaxy Files

Malcolm Turnbull on the budget problem | Catallaxy Files

Malcolm Turnbull on the budget problem | Catallaxy Files. ●       Spending rose from $272 billion to $411 billion – an increase of $139 billion. ●       Revenue rose from $295 billion to $363 billion – an increase of $68 billion.   … Continue reading

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Healthway scandal – accountability is for other people | Catallaxy Files

Healthway scandal – accountability is for other people | Catallaxy Files.

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Paying for nothing: Victoria’s forte | Catallaxy Files

Paying for nothing: Victoria’s forte | Catallaxy Files.

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UnitingCare release information demonstrating benefits of private ownership | Catallaxy Files

UnitingCare release information demonstrating benefits of private ownership | Catallaxy Files.

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From Hansard: Shorten expected Turnbull to be PM | Catallaxy Files

From Hansard: Shorten expected Turnbull to be PM | Catallaxy Files. Gab #1598938, posted on February 10, 2015 at 5:54 am More from Hansard. Mr ABBOTT (Warringah—Prime Minister) (15:18): Well, I will say this, Madam Speaker: we are not going … Continue reading

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Catching the Cat … Catallaxy Files

But, Dan, you said the contracts were invalid And the connection? But Dan, you said the contracts were invalid Sinc sinks the slipper: tax avoidance by Fairfax What they said: Death Penalty edition Tony Abbott for PM Don’t do it … Continue reading

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Where are the jobs coming from? | Catallaxy Files

Where are the jobs coming from? | Catallaxy Files. Household services includes: Accommodation and Food Services Education and Training Health Care ans Social Assistance (the single biggest sector) Arts and Recreation Services Other Services You know, I thought household services … Continue reading

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