- McGowan 'didn't know' Perth Mint paid workers millions in bonuses amid public sector wage freezeby Daniel Mercer and Briana Fiore on April 1, 2023 at 12:35 am
Perth Mint paid $7.7 million to staff at a time when there was a government wages freeze. The WA […]
- Three larrikin brothers, a corrupt cop and Alan Bond: The other Perth Mint scandalby Andrea Mayes on April 1, 2023 at 12:12 am
Revelations aired by the ABC’s Four Corners about the Perth Mint have been startling to many, […]
- Fossil fuels locked in to power mine providing parts for electric car enginesby André Leslie on April 1, 2023 at 12:10 am
The Dolphin Tungsten Mine is about to reopen on King Island. But instead of being connected to the […]
- Why this regional city is so popular with Indian-born peopleby Eugene Boisvert on March 31, 2023 at 11:02 pm
More Indian-born people are moving to South Australia's Mount Gambier, creating opportunities […]
- Are WA Police's new 'world leading' search powers necessary, or an overreach from the McGowan governmentby Nicolas Perpitch on April 1, 2023 at 12:20 am
The new stop-and-search laws proposed for WA Police this week have been hailed as "extremely […]
- Jordan is among the most vulnerable in our society but she doesn't have the same rights as other Australian childrenby Ellen Fanning on March 31, 2023 at 9:17 pm
Jordan is 16. She's homeless, disabled and has been in the care of the state since she was four. […]
- Are doomed no-confidence motions by the Canberra Liberals little more than politically sanctioned mudslinging?on March 31, 2023 at 8:59 pm
In a result that shocked no one — including the man who raised the […]
- As Labor battles history and voter apathy in Aston, a Liberal loss would spell disasterby Richard Willingham on March 31, 2023 at 8:17 pm
If the Liberal Party loses Aston at today's by-election it will only hold three seats in […]
Sydney man sentenced for defrauding the ATO of more than $3 million
Guilford man receives one year and ten months imprisonment for defrauding the ATO of more than $3 million.
Australian CRS reportable accounts by jurisdiction
Australian Financial Accounts held by foreign tax residents as collected under the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) are presented in Federal Parliament annually.
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Canberra man jailed for complex fraud linked to organised crime
A Canberra man has been jailed for his role in an elaborate $ 13 million fraud.
Foreign Currency Exposure and Hedging in Australia
The 2022 Survey of Foreign Currency Exposure confirms that Australian entities' financial positions, in aggregate, are well protected against a depreciation of the Australian dollar. The composition […]
Reassessing the Costs and Benefits of Centrally Clearing the Australian Bond Market
This article considers the costs and benefits of centrally clearing the Australian bond market, in light of developments in the market since the Reserve Bank's last review in 2015. On balance, our […]
Developments in Banks' Funding Costs and Lending Rates
Banks' funding costs rose over 2022, driven by increases in the cash rate and in expectations for the future path of the cash rate. In turn, lending rates have increased considerably for the first […]
Developments in Foreign Exchange and Over-the-counter Derivatives Markets
This article discusses the key results from the 2022 Triennial Central Bank Survey of Foreign Exchange and Over-the-counter Derivatives Markets. Global activity in foreign exchange (FX) markets […]