Sydney Democracy Network
by Michael West | Feb 2, 2018
Political donations work. Four of the world’s most powerful institutions and largest...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Jan 30, 2018
The hard fact is that the lists which bulk up the morning papers each year are far from...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Jan 27, 2018
“I want to know with a good degree of certainty that a medication I recommend will do more...Read More
by Michael West | Jan 23, 2018
Science journalist Maryanne Demasi completes her two-part investigation into statins, one of the...Read More
by Michael West | Jan 22, 2018
Science journalist Maryanne Demasi investigates statins, one of the world’s most profitable...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Jan 19, 2018
Bureaucratic efforts to undermine Freedom of Information laws by insisting it prevents...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Jan 17, 2018
The Seven Network giving airtime to far-right extremists makes the job of security agencies more...Read More
by Michael West | Jan 11, 2018
Still barely a squeak from the Big Four accounting firms about the world’s biggest tax leak, the 13.4 million documents from the Paradise Papers. In a perusal of the websites of Deloitte, KPMG, EY and PwC – and their...Read More
by Michael West | Jan 9, 2018
Remember that $8.8 billion which former treasurer Joe Hockey gifted the Reserve Bank, that $8.8...Read More
by Michael West | Jan 8, 2018
Its critics say the Turnbull government’s National Energy Guarantee (NEG) is as effective a...Read More
by Michael West | Jan 6, 2018
What a lovely thing it would be if we ordinary Australians could make loans to ourselves overseas...Read More
by Michael West | Jan 2, 2018
There it was right on cue, at the cusp of the New Year weekend, a government press release about...Read More
by Michael West | Dec 30, 2017
Surely not another Commonwealth Bank scam: surely not on top of Austrac, Libor rigging, Comminsure...Read More
by Michael West | Dec 29, 2017
Wall Street freebooters Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan have paid zero tax in Australia for the third...Read More
by Michael West | Dec 27, 2017
Hands down, Qantas ranks as the biggest tax avoider in Australia if you take the Tax Office transparency data and simply look at who recorded the most income over three years and paid the least tax.Read More
by Michael West | Dec 26, 2017
India continues to put Australia’s energy policy to shame. The price of new solar energy has...Read More
by Michael West | Dec 23, 2017
The billion-dollar duopoly of Expedia and Booking.com has developed at breakneck speed. These two...Read More
by Michael West | Dec 21, 2017
Australia’s political leaders ought to charge US oil giant ExxonMobil and its directors with...Read More
by Michael West | Dec 19, 2017
To the “curtain-raiser” for Australia’s Top 40 tax avoiders. Number three on the...Read More
The countdown is on.
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