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Frydenberg may claim education is critical to the prosperity of our country, but his budget does not reflect this. from shutterstock.com

Don’t be fooled, billions for schools in budget 2019 aren’t new. And what happened to the national evidence institute?

The government has delivered a pretty disappointing budget for education, with no secure funding for early childhood education and a recycled commitment of $300 for schools.
The budget provides some short-term boosts for aged care and mental health but little opportunity for much-needed structural reform. Shutterstock

Budget 2019 boosts aged care and mental health, and modernises Medicare: health experts respond

The budget includes a step towards modernising Medicare, through a new annual payment for each person with diabetes who signs up with a specific GP.
A theme in Frydenberg’s speech was that the government was taking its initiatives all “without increasing taxes”. Lukas Coch(AAP)/Rohan Thomson(AAP)/The Conversation

View from The Hill: budget tax-upmanship as we head towards polling day

The government wants this election to be all about tax. The tax cuts you will get, now and later. And the “higher taxes” that Bill Shorten would impose.
Frydenberg’s tax cuts are retrospective, but no-one will be complaining. Shutterstock/Mick Tsikas/AAP

It’s the budget cash splash that reaches back in time

It's a cash splash worthy of Rudd, and it will push an extra $3.5 billion into the economy within weeks.
Newstart should be lifted by mush more than usually proposed, a new ANU algorithm finds. Shutterstock

Cut the pension, boost Newstart. What our algorithm says is the best way to get value for our welfare dollars

A new ANU computer algorithm can provide near instant answers about how to get the best bang for welfare dollars. It says we should boost Newstart and cut either pensions or family benefits.
The hard work’s been done and the latest Treasury team is taking the credit. Mathias Cormann and Josh Frydenberg. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Battle won. Our budget woes are behind us

The budget deficit is as good as dead. For practical purposes we are back to normal with financial firepower recharged for the next crisis.
Bowen will insert a qualifier, saying that the pledges are on the basis of the budget figures released last week. Lukas Coch/AAP

Labor would deliver bigger surpluses than the Coalition: Bowen

Outlining the fiscal parameters the opposition will take to the election, Bowen will repeat that the ALP would achieve budget balance in the same year as the government – 2019-20.

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