The first budget update has disclosed information that could mean additional money for Australian wallets. Mr Frydenberg’s budget has disclosed an $11 billion war chest at the government’s will before the next election.
Scott Morrison has decided to recognise West Jerusalem as Israel’s natural capital. But he’s held off on moving Australia’s embassy from Tel Aviv until the Israelis and Palestinians come to an agreement to end more than 60 years of hostilities.
A proposal purposed to give union delegates paid annual leave to attend training seminars could cost Australian businesses a whopping $1.3 billion if extended to all members, according to Finance Minister, Mathias Cormann.
Recently, Kiwi farmers have seen a growing number of suspected cattle infected with the disease. Lawmakers are now attempting something that no country has ever been able to do, and that’s mass-eradication of the disease.
The United States has used a World Trade Organization (WTO) session dedicated to its own trade policies to attack China.
As you know from the royal commission into bad banking behaviour, the banks are now clamping down on irresponsible lending. That’s leading to lower credit growth.
Many homeowners have been hoping the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will come to their rescue by cutting interest rates below the current record low 1.5%. But they’re likely to be disappointed.
If you’ve been doing any driving of late, you’ll have noticed an unwelcome sting. Petrol is closing in on a record-setting AU$1.70 a litre. That’s partly due to the currently weak Aussie dollar and partly due to the artificially elevated oil price.
Arguments first began back in 2013, when Mr Wilson, a self-styled crypto anarchist, showed off the world’s first 3D-printed gun. Files showing how to replicate the process became immediately available on the Defense Distributed website, where it was downloaded hundreds of thousands of times.