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Public Eye Treasury more than doubled the size of its contract with the firm behind the ads.
Andrew Podger Policymakers need a measured response to claims of doom.
Jeremy Hearder Australia's ambassador had to deal with Nixon's fury at the 'lefties' in Canberra.
John Hewson The Coalition once led the way but is now an international laggard.
J. R. Nethercote Australia lacks a comprehensive guide on how to manage government transitions.
Ian McAuley, Miriam Lyons Do we really trust corporations more than elected governments?
Richard Mulgan The government, and public, should expect better of the Treasury.
Markus Mannheim An industrial tribunal will pay no heed to the broadcaster's political problems.
Paddy Gourley Ministers should help themselves by playing a minimal role in appointments.
Noel Towell PM&C managers too busy for public servants to strike, Immigration bosses say it's complicated.
Noel Towell DFAT officials fluent in the international language of ka-ching.
Gillian Triggs "Whoever knew Truth put to the worse, in a free and open encounter"? So asked John Milton in his "Areopagtica", in 1644.
Nick Toscano Scientists and workers at the CSIRO will launch industrial action on Thursday as anger boils over at management's refusal to budge from the federal government's "hostile" bargaining policy.
John Wilson A recent judgment may seem to state the obvious, but important questions about misconduct remain.
Yvonne Richards We put your workplace conundrums to an executive coach.
Natalie Kotsios After 30 per cent decrease in hard copy tax returns, hundreds of casual tax workers are set to be cut from regional centre.
Stephanie Peatling The sacked head of Parliament House has been accused of misleading a committee investigating her department's use of CCTV footage to spy on a public servant who was leaking material to Labor Senator John Faulkner.
An industrial tribunal will care little for the broadcaster's political woes.