Business & Law

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It would be truly tragic if Australia's retirement income policy was compromised for short-term political gain, writes John Piggott.

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The Prime Minister's announcement of a poll date in September could herald a push for the introduction of a fixed term for federal elections, writes Scientia Professor George Williams.

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Most Australians take for granted access to their day in court, should they need it, and a fair hearing when they get there. However, this basic human right is now beyond the means of many, writes Michael Legg.

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Two former Federal Court judges are trading the courtroom for the classroom to join UNSW Law’s teaching and research ranks this year.

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Will the Emirates tie-up be just another failure? It wouldn't be the first time for Qantas, which has repeatedly failed to respond to international competition in a way that allows it to get ahead of its competitors, argues Frank Zumbo.

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ASIO's unprecedented detention powers have led to no prosecutions and should be repealed, research led by UNSW Scientia Professor George Williams has found.

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The full-time MBA offered by the Australian Graduate School of Management has been ranked in the world's top 50 progams by the Financial Times.

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The Gillard government must act swiftly to educate the public if a referendum to allow federal funding of local councils is to succeed this year, argues Professor George Williams.

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Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer has announced the appointment of Geoffrey Garrett as Dean of the Australian School of Business.

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The peace process has failed to deliver for the Loyalists of Northern Ireland. A moment of supreme political leadership is needed to prevent a return to anarchy, writes Fergal Davis.

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