Yes, we’re still on this debate. And we’re going to stay on it until the seven-year tax plan is passed. Only then will we see the immense growth in the Australian economy that we’ve all been hoping for.
Liberal Democrats Senator David Leyonhjelm voted for the Coalition’s Personal Income Tax Plan Bill, but warns the package does not go far enough.
Finally, it was Pauline Hanson’s two votes for One Nation that got the measure over the line. The end result? Almost every Australian who pays taxes will pay less of them in the years ahead.
The complete denuclearisation of the North Korean peninsula and destruction of its missile programs is likely to take several years. But according to US officials it will begin with the destruction of an advanced missile test site.
If Australia were to censor every media personality who mocked the prime minister, there wouldn’t be many entertainers left. Australia values its freedoms, after all. Especially when it comes to mocking our leaders. Not so in China.
Oil prices have been steadily sliding away from their three-year record highs set last month. But petrol prices at the pump are still crimping consumer spending both in Australia and the US. US President Donald Trump, for one, believes oil prices are still artificially high, and he’s demanding they come down.
The majority of Aussie workers have been battling along for the past five years with their pay cheques barely keeping up with inflation…if at all.
The Victorian government has tried to put the best spin on this new legislation. But they can’t mask the smell of authoritarianism that comes with their latest move to ban cash payments in the scrap metal industry.
A corporate tax cut will pave the way for more jobs and wage increases. It’ll also keep business here at home in Australia…