Dubai or Not Dubai

The Economist has published an interesting report on the growing pains, opportunities and stories of an emerging global city – Dubai. It raises an interesting…

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Cop That!

It’s amazing. The soaring price of copper has led to organised theft of copper wire and materials from instrastructure such as tram lines and electricity…

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VALE MILTON FRIEDMAN

One of the greatest thinkers, revolutionaries, philosophers, leaders and liberal evangelists this world has known, Milton Friedman, has died at the age of 94. The…

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Rail Nationalisation?

The Bracks Government today announced that it was buying back it’s lease with Pacific National to operate the Victorian country rail network. This nationalisation sets…

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A Bright Future Fund

Peter Costello – take a bow! In securing Melbourne as the headquarters of the Future Fund, the $140 Billion Investment Fund to be set up…

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Thumbs up for Benetton

Why should one of the world’s largest designer clothing companies bow down to some ill-considered and ignorant demand by some uneducated, reactionary extremist extremist organisation?…

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Rupert’s Heart

A great little article which discusses the tradition and family that is News Corp in the context of the last AGM to be held in…

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