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When companies go bust, temporary visa holders miss out and that’s wrong

By Kevin Davis, University of Melbourne The exclusion of temporary visa workers from reimbursement under Australia’s Fair Entitlements Guarantee...

Don’t abandon plans for high-speed rail in Australia – just look at all the benefits

By Marcus Luigi Spiller, University of Melbourne The Grattan Institute’s call to “abandon” plans for any high-speed rail network...

Victorian COVID crisis to slash nation’s growth by $3.3 billion in September quarter

By Michelle Grattan, University of Canberra The reintroduction of restrictions in Victoria in response to its COVID second wave...

Be careful what you claim for when working from home. There are capital gains tax risks

By Dale Boccabella, UNSW Nearly all of the income tax focus in the context of “working from home” during...

Mortgage deferral, rent relief and bankruptcy: what you need to know if you have coronavirus money problems

By Gregory Mowle, University of Canberra The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the Australian economy, and the financial...

Cutting unemployment will require an extra $70 to $90 billion in stimulus. Here’s why

By Brendan Coates, Grattan Institute; Matthew Cowgill, Grattan Institute, and Tony Chen, Grattan Institute After managing the first stage...

Virgin Australia was never going to last

By Warren Staples, RMIT University; Andrew Linden, RMIT University, and Mariano L.M. Heyden, Monash University Ever since Australia’s two...

What if I can’t pay my rent? These are the options for rent relief in Australia

By Mark Giancaspro, University of Adelaide and David Brown, University of Adelaide You’ve lost income because of the coronavirus...

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Explainer: what is a ‘state of disaster’ and what powers does it confer?

By Anne Twomey, University of Sydney A “state of disaster” has been declared for...
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By Adrian Esterman, University of South Australia Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has declared that...

Takeaway coffee allowed, but no wandering through Bunnings: here’s why Melbourne’s new business restrictions will reduce cases

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