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Opposition finance spokesman Jim Chalmers said the department could wield influence beyond preventing bad spending.
- by Doug Dingwall
Our economic and social challenges need collaborative and cost-effective solutions and the finance portfolio can and should play a bigger role in finding them.
- by Jim Chalmers
Cash splash could outstrip spending by the major parties but potentially fail to secure a single seat for his fledgling party.
- by Max Koslowski
Australia and Fiji are family again after Scott Morrison's visit to the Pacific, ending a diplomatic freeze in place since a 2006 military coup.
- by Angus Livingston
European trade officials are digging in over a fight about whether Australian producers can keep using household food names.
- by Eryk Bagshaw
The chances of Palmer rising again, like the proverbial political soufflé, are remote. But what of his campaign methods?
- by Graeme Orr
Labor needs Queensland, the Opposition Leader says, launching his nine-day bus tour of the state.
- by Felicity Caldwell
The latest work by Sydney Morning Herald editorial cartoonist Cathy Wilcox.