Adele Horin is a columnist and reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald who has been a correspondent in New York, Washington and London for the original, hard-copy National Times, and won a Walkley award for a series on Australiansâ€™ sex lives before they were so commonly exposed. She is also the recipient of an Australian Human Rights Commission media award.
Adele Horin A crackdown on federal waste and unfair tax breaks is needed to fund social and economic reforms.
Adele Horin People aged under 50 need protection from the proposed 3 per cent increase in superannuation contributions because many are under financial stress, a policy analyst says.
Adele Horin Study finds Australians are paying so much on rent or mortgages, they have little left for other bills.
Adele Horin Australian women who take maternity leave pay a financial penalty even three years after their return to work, research finds.
Adele Horin If your income was cut to $234 a week - the unemployment payment - what would you choose to go without?
Adele Horin More than 40 per cent of Australians cannot name their electricity company, don't know what their mortgage interest rate is and don't know if their mobile phone plan is good value.