We could buy our own, but that might imply caring too much. So we steal yours.
Harold Mitchell The Chinese New Year is perhaps the biggest day of the year in every Asian culture throughout the region.
Harold Mitchell It was an early evening dinner at the famous La Strada restaurant, Potts Point Sydney, in the winter of 1982 and Trevor Kennedy, Kerry Packer's right hand man, Sam Chisholm, the legendary boss of the...
Harold Mitchell Earlier this week Louise asked what the interest rate cut means. Like most of us, she had no idea what a reduction from 2.5% to 2.25% is all about.
Harold Mitchell Right now the argument is that Australia is living beyond its means. And we are.
Harold Mitchell This week’s column is all about rubbish. And the great thing about rubbish is that it’s all about the only constant thing we have in our lives – change.
Harold Mitchell The attitudes of Ned Kelly not only had a place in history, they are always present.
Harold Mitchell Whatever your holiday choice, camping or not, getting away from it all really means sticking together with those we love most.
Harold Mitchell There’s excitement in the air. It’s finally time to get away from it all. Some will be travelling overseas, but the time-honoured Australian tradition is to head for the beach or the...
Harold Mitchell A wise man once said, “Your future is all about knowing what you are doing right now”.
Harold Mitchell I’ve never understood people who try to prove they are super human by claiming they can get by on two to three hours' sleep a night.
Harold Mitchell The big news this week was the sale of Medibank, and everybody seemed to win on day one.
Harold Mitchell My dear old dad, who turned 94 this week, left school at 14 and lived through the Depression, working in the sawmills of the Victorian Alps, and reared four children in the tough circumstances.
Harold Mitchell I like Barnaby Joyce but he gets the rough end of the pineapple, as the Queenslanders say. While Minister for Trade Andrew Robb is knocking off trade deal after trade deal with a big Chinese one due...
Harold Mitchell Australia was an incredibly rich country in 1901 and Melbourne had the highest per capita income in the world.
Harold Mitchell If 87 year old Blaga's trip through the health system had happened in her home country of Macedonia, we may not have been surprised, but for this to occur Melbourne is simply a disgrace.
Harold Mitchell The rich are getting richer and the poor and the middle class are getting almost squeezed to death – literally in some cases.
Harold Mitchell It is very rare for someone to be nationally known by his or her first name, and any measure our 21st prime minister was rare indeed.
Harold Mitchell There is no use in sitting on our record of past achievement. What can we do to build optimism?
Harold Mitchell John Glover was my art teacher at Stawell High School. Given that I went on to become chairman of the National Gallery of Australia,✓ I think he did a good job.
Harold Mitchell October is exam time. Some people handle exams easily and sail through while others are terrified of even entering the hall.