In the absence of a consensus among Australians, negative gearing merely remains in the hands of those who form government. While the discussion has not only raised affordability concerns but accessibility questions too, negative gearing will surely continue to spark a public debate for the foreseeable future.
New statistics show the importance of the $1.5 billion skilling fund for Australia’s construction industry, estimated to support 300,000 workers primarily with traineeships and apprenticeships
A 12-year-old girl was killed and 22 injured after a car bomb exploded near the Australian Embassy in Kabul on Friday with the death toll is expected to rise.
Joint military drills between the US and South Korea are due to begin in April and have been described by North Korea’s state media news agency as a “threat” and harmful to reconciliation efforts.
As a proposal to reduce the age of marriage from 18 to nine years old moves forward in parliament, a breakdown of Iraq’s current social and political climate is needed.
Australia emerged as the front-runner after France, its primary competition, withdrew their bid for membership.
Indonesia is cited as the vanguard of democratic resurgence- but these ‘waves of democracy’ have brought ashore the sticky debris of radicalisation.
The domestic economy of Puerto Rico is firmly dependent to that of the US, removing self-determination, initiative and fortune.
When our government only seems to care in so far as “stopping the boats”, what is in place to keep refugee families together?
United for Iran’s app opening up the discussion about sexual abuse of children