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federal government is losing the debate on company tax cuts




it is the same scepticism that saw a majority of uk voters back brexit and which saw wildcard candidate, donald trump, elected as the president of the united states.ordinary people, battling with stagnating wages, soaring energy prices and ongoing uncertainty about employment opportunities and job s...



senate showdown on 18c and company tax cuts legislation




long-running debates on company tax cuts and changes to race-hate speech laws are set to come to a head in the senate. federal politicians have been forced to change their flights and stay another night in canberra as they gear up for a fiery late night debate on two controversial bills.on the agend...



senate showdown on 18c and company tax cuts legislation




long-running debates on company tax cuts and changes to race-hate speech laws are set to come to a head in the senate. federal politicians have been forced to change their flights and stay another night in canberra as they gear up for a fiery late night debate on two controversial bills.on the agend...



senate showdown on 18c and company tax cuts legislation




long-running debates on company tax cuts and changes to race-hate speech laws are set to come to a head in the senate. federal politicians have been forced to change their flights and stay another night in canberra as they gear up for a fiery late night debate on two controversial bills.on the agend...



senate showdown on 18c and company tax cuts legislation




long-running debates on company tax cuts and changes to race-hate speech laws are set to come to a head in the senate. federal politicians have been forced to change their flights and stay another night in canberra as they gear up for a fiery late night debate on two controversial bills.on the agend...



pauline hanson calls off senate voting strike




pauline hanson has called off her senate voting strike and changed her mind about cuts to penalty rates. pauline hanson has called off her voting strike and pledged to support part of the federal government's proposed company tax cuts.but while the one nation leader is backing tax cuts for companies...



senate prepares for 18c, tax cut showdown




long-running debates on company tax cuts and changes to race-hate speech laws are set to come to a head in the senate. senators in canberra are gearing up for a fiery late night debate as the turnbull government pledges to pass two controversial bills before may's budget. on agenda is the governmen...



senate prepares for 18c, tax cut showdown




long-running debates on company tax cuts and changes to race-hate speech laws are set to come to a head in the senate. the senate is gearing up for fiery late night debate as the federal government vows to get a vote on two contentious bills this week.the government wants a vote on its 10-year compa...



senate prepares for 18c, tax cut showdown




long-running debates on company tax cuts and changes to race-hate speech laws are set to come to a head in the senate. the senate is gearing up for fiery late night debate as the federal government vows to get a vote on two contentious bills this week.the government wants a vote on its 10-year compa...



politics live as malcolm turnbull debates race hate laws, company tax cuts and c




mps will be in their various tuesday morning party room meetings.at 12.30 pm both houses will being business for the day but the one to watch will be the senate where changes to section 18c of the racial discrimination act will be debated first up.the company tax cuts are also listed for debate.



childcare changes pass lower house




the government has rushed its overhaul of childcare subsidies through parliament's lower house. the omnibus welfare and childcare subsidy bill have been split by the federal government, as it tries to pass the vital reforms before the may budget.six weeks after combining a $1.6 billion boost to chil...



scott morrison urges company ceos to support government's tax cuts




federal labor is maintaining its opposition to the government's plan for further cuts to company tax after the treasurer called on ceos to take up the fight for tax cuts on its behalf.treasurer scott morrison has written to hundreds of corporate leaders asking for their support. scott morrison has u...



shorten rallies faithful on penalty rates




federal opposition leader bill shorten has encouraged his supporters to hold community events to fight proposed cuts to sunday penalty rates. federal opposition leader bill shorten has told an enthusiastic crowd that proposed cuts to sunday penalty rates is a wider attack on the living standards of ...



gonski 2.0 set to pass after extra $5b and crossbench backing




the senate looks set for another late night debate to pass the turnbull government's gonski 2.0 plan. the senate is set for another late night marathon debate to pass the federal government's gonski 2.0 schools package.the government has extended sitting hours, forcing the senate to sit indefinitely...



senate showdown on controversial legislation




long-running debates on company tax cuts and changes to race-hate speech laws are set to come to a head in the senate. politicians in canberra have been forced to change their flights and stay another night, as they gear up for a fiery late night debate on two controversial bills which the governmen...



company tax rates 'lead in saddle bags'




australia must follow the united states in slashing corporate tax rates or risk losing jobs and investment to other parts of the world, the country's top economic ministers have warned.the federal government is restating its pitch to reduce the company tax rate for all businesses from 30 per cent to...



why the rush to lock in 20-year pokie licences?




you may not have heard about this, but the state government is trying to legislate for poker machines in victoria to operate until 2042.the 33,000 words of proposed legislation were introduced last wednesday by gaming minister marlene kairouz and the government is already telling pokies venues to st...



hanson kills off omnibus welfare cuts




the federal government will have to go back to the drawing board over its controversial changes to welfare payments tied to childcare reforms. pressure is mounting on the federal government to split draft laws that bundle welfare cuts with childcare subsidy changes after pauline hanson declared one ...



childcare changes pass lower house




the government has rushed its overhaul of childcare subsidies through parliament's lower house. the omnibus welfare and childcare subsidy bill have been split by the federal government, as it tries to pass the vital reforms before the may budget.six weeks after combining a $1.6 billion boost to chil...



scott morrison ramps up rhetoric on company tax cuts amid jobs bonanza




the turnbull government will ramp up its campaign for deeper company tax cuts over the coming weeks as it seeks to convince the senate that following donald trump's economic lead will help extend australia's record-breaking run of job creation.but labor has been quick to rule out changing course on...



changes to 18c race discrimination law killed off in senate




changes to race-hate speech laws have hit a senate road block in what critics say is a win for multicultural australia. controversial changes to race-hate speech laws are dead in the water following a marathon late night senate debate.the turnbull government failed in its attempt to change the words...



latest cuts extend greek austerity to decade mark | news




lawmakers in greece are starting a four-day debate on a new package of spending cuts that will extend the number of years greeks have lived under austerity to more than a decade.the latest round of measures will introduce pension cuts in 2019 and higher income tax in 2020, under an agreement with in...



canberra independent schools yet to find out how much funding they will receive




independent schools received notice late tuesday of their federal government payments for 2018 - including how much extra money they will receive to help them transition to lower funding.earlier, the canberra times reported that independent schools set to lose out from changes to the federal gove...



senate 'won't rise' until company tax cuts are dealt with: finance minister math




the federal government's attempts to deliver massive tax cuts to big business will come to a head on friday, with finance minister mathias cormann warning the senate will keep sitting until the plan is dealt with.after debating until midnight on thursday, parliament has resumed in canberra for an...



why the rush to lock in 20-year pokie licences?




you may not have heard about this, but the state government is trying to legislate for poker machines in victoria to operate until 2042.the 33,000 words of proposed legislation were introduced last wednesday by gaming minister marlene kairouz and the government is already telling pokies venues to st...