Monthly Archives: July 2019

Tax scheme is a dangerous gamble with fate

The Morrison government’s tax changes are a line of least resistance, but there are big long term consequences. It was a story made for our times, about the tax man literally seizing the money of unsuspecting people regardless of the … Continue reading

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Taking climate change seriously

In preparing Tasmania and its people for the transition to clean transport and industrial energy, the Hodgman government has a huge task on its hands. In mid-2014, a few months after coming to power, the Hodgman government quietly abolished the … Continue reading

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Do something about climate, says Big Money

An omen: big reinsurers are voting with their chequebooks In the land of Big Money, Legal and General is about as Establishment as it gets. This venerable British institution, which began life in 1836 offering life assurance for London lawyers, … Continue reading

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