The promised tax cuts will benefit high earners in 2022 and 2024, but by then they'll need it.
A cross-parliamentary group hopes to prevent the UK from crashing out of the EU by blocking the government's taxation powers.
When assessed by the government's own rules, MYEFO fails. The government is spending the latest revenue windfall even though it promised not to.
The O'Dwyer statement has an eye to areas where Labor has been taking the running. One focal point is seeking to improve the capacity of victims of domestic violence to rebuild their lives.
The budget deficit is as good as dead. For practical purposes we are back to normal with financial firepower recharged for the next crisis.
More crucial than the fate of the company tax cuts is the government's long struggle to nail down its NEG, with the crunch coming when Josh Frydenberg meets his COAG counterparts on August 10.
"Soft" infrastructure includes the services, policies or practices that keep academic research working and open. Without a funded, coordinated national approach the private sector may take control.
The government has announced funding to combat loneliness in the elderly.
Here are five ways the Treasurer could boost revenue to make the numbers work.
Discontinuing the demand driven system will mean less people are able to get a higher education, particularly groups of people who are already at a disadvantage.
Both the state of the nation address and budget speech didn't leave a sense that there has been much reflection on the depth of the economic malaise gripping South Africa.
Trump is proposing a budget with little substance and filled with politically toxic spending cuts, making it very unlikely to go anywhere, even in a Republican Congress.