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Victorian public expenditure – effect on Cities outside Melbourne

In the previous article about ‘integrity and accountability on Victorian public expenditure for 2016/2017’, I said there were only a few ways to keep actual expenditure in line with budgeted projections. Don’t spend planned expenditure, Work to receive higher tax … Continue reading

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Why no resolution to big problems?

A Turkish journalist, threatened with imprisonment if he returns home, observed that Australian journalists did not challenge our Australian government about a “Chinese invasion” of Australia, in “education” and through “investment”. Shortly before, I’d walked to his event through the … Continue reading

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We need to integrate our thought and action towards human flourishing for the common good!

A few months ago, I attended a Rotary function and fortunately heard a talk by Hon. Tim Smith QC, Chair, Accountability Round Table (ART). What stood out in his presentation was the power to ‘the People’ that comes from the … Continue reading

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