When does the private benefit from public land become too much? In the case of Willoughby Council...Read More
by Michael West | Jan 19, 2018
African gangs in Melbourne may be attracting the headlines but a greater threat to the Australian...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 | Dec 10, 2017
US cereal giant Kellogg’s paid zero tax on $444 million in revenues in Australia last year,...Read More
by Michael West | Nov 22, 2017
The Paradise Papers story broke on November 5. Despite the biggest document leak in history, the...Read More
by Michael West | Nov 16, 2017
The elephant in the room remains dead still. It is standing in the middle of the room, dwarfing...Read More
by Michael West | Nov 14, 2017
The Paradise Papers continue to dominate news in the offshore world, and have generated a mixed...Read More
by Michael West | Oct 21, 2017
Three years after his identity had been stolen and his private banking documents found on the side...Read More
by Michael West | Oct 7, 2017
The sale of Manhattan Island to the Dutch is fabled as the worse deal of all time; worse even than...Read More
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