Author archive for Peta Lange

  • How to lose from Opposition – and other lessons from election night

    Too many of our politicians woke up yesterday swallowing the bitter pill of 2018 Victorian State Election. The landslide result…

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  • 2015 MYEFO signals a significant shift

    “A Budget is a means to an end, not the end itself.” With that, Treasurer Scott Morrison used today’s release…

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  • Change in the Liberal Party Leadership – Cool Hand Malcolm

    Television remote-controls worked overtime last night as viewers flicked between two equally absorbing reality TV programs. X-Factor may have been…

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  • NSW State Budget 2015

    Budget highlights Revenue: $69.1 billion Expenditure: $67 billion Budget result: $2.1 billion surplus Economic forecasts: Gross State Product 2.5% in…

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  • Corporate Affairs Roundtable Lunch with Peter McConnell

    opr teamed with the Sydney Business Chamber to present Woolworth’s Director of Corporate & Public Affairs, Peter McConnell, as part…

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  • 2015-16 Federal Budget – From a glass half empty to a glass half full

    12 May 2015 It’s often said that a week is a long time in politics. Multiply that by 52 and…

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  • Parker & Partners’ guide to the NSW state election

    2015 NSW state election: personality, demographics and communication Mike Baird has led the Coalition to a resounding victory in NSW,…

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  • 2015 NSW election – it’s all down to the polls and wires

    Some 5.5 million people in NSW will head to the polls on Saturday, 28 March as the Mike Baird-led Coalition…

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  • A roadmap for the future but will the community listen

    2015 Intergenerational Report Treasurer, Joe Hockey, today released the Government’s 2015 Intergenerational Report (IGR) – the third of its kind…

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  • Prime Minister Abbott down…but is he out?

    This morning, 39 members of the Government’s Parliamentary team voted to spill the leadership – an effective vote of no…

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