Superannuation stands as one of our nation’s great public policy achievements.
Next year marks the 50th anniversary of a ground-breaking piece of legislation that shaped the modern Australian economy.
We know these are difficult times for many people.
Twelve months ago, today Katy Gallagher and I handed down the first Budget of the Albanese Labor Government.
Even with the referendum campaign and conflicts in the Middle East and Europe dominating the headlines, the Albanese Government has maintained its primary focus on bread‑and‑butter issues affecting
Queensland is the only state in the Commonwealth that is home to the two oldest, living, continuous cultures in the world.
This Voice referendum is a generational opportunity to do things differently and do things better for the first of us, in a way that could lift all of us up together.
The concept of full employment is not just central to our Employment White Paper, Working Future, it is a cornerstone of the Albanese Government’s entire approach.
The Voice is about constitutional recognition, better listening and better outcomes. It’s as simple and straightforward as that.
With the Prime Minister yesterday setting October 14 as the date for the referendum, more West Australians will now be turning their mind to the question of the Voice to Parliament.
With the Prime Minister yesterday setting October 14, 2023, as the date for the referendum, more North Queenslanders will now be turning their mind to the question of the Voice to parliament.
The Intergenerational Report I release today is about identifying the big shifts that will shape our economy into the future.
Cost of living is the major pressure on Australian households and the Albanese Government’s major focus, but we also know it’s important to keep an eye on the long term.
This week the Albanese Government will release the 2023 Intergenerational Report, providing a longer‑term view of our economy, our budget and our society over the next 40 years and helping to shine
The recent debate about full employment and how we define it has come at an important and welcome time.
To make our economy more profitable and prosperous in the future, we need to rethink what it means to be a resources powerhouse – finding new sources of growth in the shift to cleaner, cheaper ener
We know these are difficult times for many Australians. Grocery prices and mortgage repayments are going up, and household budgets are feeling the squeeze.
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank in the US and the takeover of Credit Suisse has sent waves through global financial markets over the past month but Australian banks are well‑
The Budget that we’ll hand down in less than 40 days is being developed in a complex environment here at home and in the global economy more broadly.
Australians don’t need to be told there’s a cost-of-living challenge in the economy right now.