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Royal Commission into Veteran Suicide confronts lawfare, cronyism and a bureaucratic nightmare

Royal Commission into Veteran Suicide confronts lawfare, cronyism and a bureaucratic nightmare

The Royal Commission has found three veteran deaths by suicide every fortnight, yet Stuart McCarthy says the situation with the Department of Veteran Affairs remains toxic with a ‘lawfare’ campaign against vulnerable veterans and their families. MWM‘s investigation into corruption allegations aired in a Senate Estimates hearing two weeks ago
Inquiries galore: the chaotic politics of tackling Coles and Woolworths supermarket supremacy

Inquiries galore: the chaotic politics of tackling Coles and Woolworths supermarket supremacy

Australia’s supermarkets are being blamed for profiteering in the cost-of-living crisis while politicians are launching competing inquiries. Ian McGarrity reports on the politics. When in trouble or trying to make trouble politically, it’s always good to go after a public whipping boy baddie. When the inflation dragon breathed its cost-of-living

Royal Commission into Veteran Suicide confronts lawfare, cronyism and a bureaucratic nightmare

Royal Commission into Veteran Suicide confronts lawfare, cronyism and a bureaucratic nightmare
The Royal Commission has found three veteran deaths by suicide every fortnight, yet Stuart McCarthy says the situation with the Department of Veteran Affairs remains toxic with a ‘lawfare’ campaign against vulnerable veterans and their families. MWM‘s investigation into corruption allegations aired in a Senate Estimates hearing two weeks ago

Inquiries galore: the chaotic politics of tackling Coles and Woolworths supermarket supremacy

Inquiries galore: the chaotic politics of tackling Coles and Woolworths supermarket supremacy
Australia’s supermarkets are being blamed for profiteering in the cost-of-living crisis while politicians are launching competing inquiries. Ian McGarrity reports on the politics. When in trouble or trying to make trouble politically, it’s always good to go after a public whipping boy baddie. When the inflation dragon breathed its cost-of-living