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Opinion

6 issues on Scott Morrison’s mind this summer

- December 23, 2020 5 MIN READ

When he ended 2019 amid literal and political smoke, it would have seemed inconceivable Scott Morrison could finish 2020 on a high. Or that he’d have reached there on the back of Australia’s worst downturn since the Depression. Morrison learned from his mistakes of last summer, about how he needed to adapt his own style,… Read more »

Opinion

The economy, climate change and China: what could a Biden presidency mean for Australia

- November 6, 2020 4 MIN READ

Joe Hockey, former Australian ambassador to the United States who’s now in business there, came under sharp attack for some ill-informed comments about the high Democrat vote in Washington, DC. Despite this faux pas, Hockey’s description of the American system as a dog’s breakfast – with states, counties and even some cities having responsibility for… Read more »

Features

Why every business big or small needs to commit to climate action

- January 31, 2020 3 MIN READ

Australia’s unfolding bushfire crisis is without question this country’s climate wakeup call. If not now – in the face of such widespread loss and devastation, and with no end in sight – when? writes Hilke Fitzsimons, General Manager, ZEISS Australia/New Zealand. Across social media, in cities and in burned-out communities, Australians are pleading with governments… Read more »