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News Corp editors try to impress as Rebekah Brooks and Lachlan Murdoch land in Sydney

The Observer 24 May 2024
News Corp Australia has embraced AI, increasingly using the technology to replace photography or commission art to illustrate opinion pieces by Andrew Bolt and Joe Hildebrand, among others.

Industrial policy and the Washington Consensus

The Manila Times 24 May 2024
... Industry," "Australia Budget Will Boost Critical Minerals, Treasurer Says," "Giant Batteries are Transforming the Way the US Uses Electricity," and "What Can and Can't Be Learned from Singapore.".

Critical minerals for the world -or just for the US? Turning Australia into a green minerals powerhouse comes with risks

Beijing News 23 May 2024
Australia is one of the few mineral suppliers in the partnership ... On budget night last week, Treasurer Jim Chalmers said the A$22.7 billion Future Made in Australia package "will help make us an indispensable part of the global economy".

Peter Dutton’s migration cuts would cost budget $34bn over coming decades, thinktank calculates

The Guardian 20 May 2024
Grattan Institute estimate backs Jim Chalmers’ claim move would cost ‘billions’ – but opposition leader labels treasurer’s statement ‘voodoo ...

Anthony Albanese is dealt another immigration headache after it emerges 80,000 failed asylum seekers...

The Daily Mail 20 May 2024
A record 548,800 migrants on a net basis moved to Australia in the year to September and Treasurer Jim Chalmers has admitted the huge influx of migrants, plus international students, has caused a ...

Jim Chalmers slams drastic push to slash immigration - and reveals why he thinks it won

The Daily Mail 19 May 2024
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says the Coalition's proposal to slash Australia's migration intake by 25 per cent could cost the economy tens of billions of dollars ... Treasurer Jim Chalmers says the Coalition's ...

Threatened species have declined 2% a year since 2000: Nature positive? Far from it.

Phys Dot Org 19 May 2024
Last year, Treasurer Jim Chalmers talked up the index as part of the first national "well-being budget", which aimed to measure Australia's progress across a range of social, health and sustainability indicators.

Elizabeth Harrower and Shirley Hazzard only met six times. They wrote to each other for 40 years

The Observer 19 May 2024
Shirley Hazzard ... Read more ... The Letters ... Photograph ... Catch up on the fun stuff with Guardian Australia's culture and lifestyle rundown of pop culture, trends and tipsEnter your email address ... Photograph ... Australia's buried literary treasure is unearthed ... .

Best star snaps of the week: Jennifer Lopez is back in the studio while Kate ...

New York Post 18 May 2024
1 of 17. ‘ON THE FLOOR’ ... jlo/Instagram. 2 of 17. JOYRIDERS ... KIERAN / 3 of 17. KNICK AT NIGHT ... juliannemoore/Instagram ... Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm takes a break from her fitness routine in Brisbane, Australia ... TREASURE SIGHTED ... ABC.

Jim Chalmers labels Peter Dutton’s budget reply an ‘unhinged’ and ‘nasty’ rant

The Observer 17 May 2024
The treasurer, Jim Chalmers, has criticised the opposition leader Peter Dutton’s budget reply speech as “unhinged” and lacking in economic credibility, as he set out around Australia to explain the government’s own economic plan.

Inside Peter Dutton

The Daily Mail 16 May 2024
Shadow treasurer Angus Taylor has suggested the Opposition's Budget Reply speech on Thursday night would announce a plan for Australia's net overseas immigration level to be tied with new housing.

We moved to Sydney from India: This is the brutal reality of Australia - and ...

The Daily Mail 16 May 2024
A record 548,800 migrants on a net basis moved to Australia in the year to September and Treasurer Jim Chalmers has admitted the huge influx of international students has caused a severe housing shortage.

Hydrogen, solar and batteries – did the 2024 federal budget deliver on clean economy investment?

The Observer 16 May 2024
The government’s Future Made in Australia policy includes a strategic framework to set priorities; $22.7bn of spending, mostly via long-term subsidies to get initial production going; and facilitation policies to lift roadblocks.

Australia’s budget has ‘gaping hole’ in funds for DV victims, environment and housing, advocates say

The Guardian 15 May 2024
The treasurer, Jim Chalmers, said the budget’s cost of living package was “substantial” and targeted at “middle Australia”, listing the revamped stage-three tax cuts, $300 ...

Morning Mail: Slovakian PM ‘critical’ after shooting, David Copperfield accused of sexual misconduct, council overturns ...

AOL 15 May 2024
Pub and bar owners in South Australia have criticised the treasurer’s budget for retaining the “ludicrous” alcohol tax that is hurting their trade, the Advertiser reports ... Treasurer Tim Pallas and premier Jacinta Allan face estimates hearings.