Over the years in this job, I've read countless new stories. Many are insightful, some are completely misleading or incorrect, others still are deeply irresponsible.
Today we get a read-out on how our economy was tracking in the first three months of the year with the release of the March quarter National Accounts.
After a recent speech in which I called for a renewed national conversation on an Australian republic, I was met with a curious response: 'why now?
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Most Daily Tele readers would've been on their way to work when they picked up this morning's paper.
It has been another eventful Australian summer, marked by bushfires that have once again tested some of our nation's most important values: our capacity to stick together in a crisis, help out thos
My entire public life has been governed by a simple principle that we have a responsibility to keep our economy strong in the interests of working Australians.
Columbus’ arrival in the Americas in 1492 heralded a European dominance of the global economy which would span five continents over five centuries.
Nearly 23 years ago, my father Morrie Swan passed away from Prostate Cancer at the age of 67. It was a terribly sad time – especially because he suffered a lot of pain.
As both a Queenslander and a mad league fan, it was a huge honour to open the Mackay Stadium on Saturday night, which the Gillard Government helped deliver with an investment of over $11 million.
The world faces a crisis of confidence. We all knew the recovery from the global financial crisis would be prolonged.