Business & Law

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There are three things to watch as we wonder whether a recession is imminent, says UNSW Business School's Elvira Sojli.

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The High Court of Australia has given the Australia Taxation Office a green light to use leaked information about offshore tax havens.

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Home loan applicants burdened by having to explain their spending habits will be pleased with a defeat for the corporate regulator, says UNSW Business School's Mark Humphrey-Jenner.

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Associate Professor Justine Nolan is the third UNSW academic in as many years to take home the prize recognising excellence and expertise in teaching

Refugee Advice and Casework Service says temporary protection visas are breaking people

Thousands of people who arrived by boat between 2011 and 2014 will never receive a permanent visa under the current government policy.

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An entire industry exists to trade on your personal data - everything from your shopping habits to your political views and medical conditions. The results can genuinely harm consumers.

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Australia has more to fear than most countries from a global trade and currency war. All eyes will be on the Reserve Bank governor Friday as he attempts to outline what might happen.

The Honourable Michael McHugh AC QC in conversation with Professor George Williams AO

The former High Court judge spoke at the third The Gilbert and Tobin Centre of Public Law Mason Conversation at the Banco court.

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Two former high court justices and constitutional experts have thrown their support behind the importance of a First Nations Voice to parliament.

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Although abortions have been legally performed in NSW for years, doctors have long called for greater clarity in the law in regard to the possible criminality of their actions.

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