Budget to include $5b on major projects - Sky News Australia

There will be a $5 billion kitty for major building projects across the country in the federal budget, as the prime minister also flags tax changes. Malcolm Turnbull says tax reform in the budget will be more than just fiddling, and the document to be ...

Federal Election 2016: Malcolm Turnbull rules out GST change for at least three years - Sydney Morning Herald

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has put any changes to the GST on the political back burner, ruling out changes to the consumption tax for at least three years if his government is re-elected. Play Video. Replay Video. Play Video Don't Play ...

Budget contains 'substantial' tax reform: PM - Sky News Australia

The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says there will be substantial changes to tax arrangements in the budget. In an interview with Sky News, Mr Turnbull, while reluctant to go into great detail about the contents of the budget to be handed down on ...

Federal election 2016: Malcolm Turnbull promises no GST rise after poll - The Australian

Malcolm Turnbull has made a crucial pledge to leave the GST untouched in the next term of parliament as he stares down a potent Labor scare campaign in the wake of government moves earlier this year to consider a divisive tax reform. The Prime Minister ...

Malcolm Turnbull confirms 'substantial' tax changes in Federal Budget as Scott Morrison says 'don't expect many ... - NEWS.com.au

MALCOLM Turnbull said there will be “substantial” tax changes in the Federal Budget, and would not be anything like Tony Abbott's last plan. In an interview with Chris Kenny on Sky News Australia program Viewpoint, the Prime Minister said the Budget on ...

'Tony' Turnbull: public letdown No.1 - Sydney Morning Herald

Thank you for Peter Hartcher's article ("New Malcolm plays Tony's old game of scares and slogans", April 30-May 1). It is becoming increasingly obvious the only reason the Coalition dumped Tony Abbott last September was to prevent the ALP running ...

Scott Morrison's relentless rise to power - Sydney Morning Herald

The notoriously ambitious Scott Morrison has always landed on his feet. Are the tides of political fortune changing for the former hardline immigration minister as he prepares to deliver his first budget as Treasurer?

New Malcolm Turnbull plays Tony Abbott's old election game of scares and slogan - Sydney Morning Herald

The most carbon-dependent nation on earth, Saudi Arabia, this week announced a plan for a post-oil economy. "We have an addiction to oil," said the kingdom's de facto ruler, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. "This is dangerous. It has delayed ...

Malcolm Turnbull's blueprint: many seeing red - Sydney Morning Herald

Voters will be confused by the government's Smart Cities infrastructure plan ("Turnbull's blueprint for our cities", April 29).The Coalition was forced to drop its talk of a budget emergency and debt crisis as funding was found for its own projects ...

Behold Malcolm Abbott - Sydney Morning Herald

It was Malcolm Turnbull's so-called "Tampa moment", when the Prime Minister delivered the declaration on border protection that could so easily have been penned by Tony Abbott. But it was an anti-climax. More than an hour before Turnbull faced the ...

There is a God. And He votes for Malcolm Turnbull - dailytelegraph.com.au

There's not much faith left in Australian politics these days but this week it emerged that there is a God and He votes for Malcolm Turnbull. The PM is now laughing all the way to the bank... even if that bank is Goldman Sachs. (Pic: AAP Image/Mal ...

Malcolm Turnbull cannot run a scare campaign like Tony Abbott - Herald Sun

MALCOLM Turnbull is good at many things, but running a scare campaign is not one of them. He is not in Tony Abbott's class. When he sets out to frighten the horses he lacks conviction. That is especially the case on climate change. Turnbull's attack on ...

Malcolm Turnbull's indulgence of negative gearing out of kilter with stinginess on childcare - Sydney Morning Herald

Have we seriously become the kind of country that is willing to pay for a $300 a week tax deduction to help a one-year-old baby own a property but we are not willing to stump up anything like that sort of money to allow kids to have high-quality childcare?

Malcolm Turnbull's 'value capture' plan for infrastructure splits developers - The Australian Financial Review

'Transport infrastructure changes a community': Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at the Cities Summit. 'Transport infrastructure changes a community': Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at the Cities Summit in Melbourne on Friday. Scott Barbour. by ...

Turnbull's cities plan: an urban revolution, or more of the same? - Sydney Morning Herald

Malcolm Turnbull's attempt to make a virtue out of promising relatively little immediate funding for transport and infrastructure projects has been met with a mixed reception by planning experts. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration ...

Smart cities: There's less to Malcom Turnbull's plan than meets the eye, for now - Sydney Morning Herald

No prime minister has been better equipped to do something about the state of our cities than Malcolm Turnbull. He turned down the use of a government-provided car in his electorate because he preferred to take the bus or ferry or, on some occasions, ...

Malcolm Turnbull to borrow big in multibillion-dollar cities plan - Sydney Morning Herald

The PM has a knack of putting the word "smart" in front of things: "smart policy" "smart tech". Now, he's on 3AW's Neil Mitchell program selling his "smart cities" idea. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will scrap what he calls blank cheques for state ...

Sim City For The Real World As Turnbull Announces Smart Cities Plan - The Urban Developer.com (press release) (registration)

It's the ultimate dream – a city where residents are guaranteed a 30 minute capped commute wherever their destination may lie in the city. Change requires management, and as such, urban responsibilities are endless with the need for laying roads ...

He's a real emotional guy: the many tears of Malcolm Turnbull (and other PMs) - Sydney Morning Herald

He wears his heart on his sleeve, as Randy Newman might say. Our tough-talking Prime Minister - buster of unions, lover of negative gearing, occasional shooter - is, by his own admission, a cry baby. Asked on morning radio whether he often shed a tear, ...

We Need To Tap On To The Benefits Of Public Transport - Huffington Post Australia

(AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND OUT) New ticketing system for public transport travel in Melbourne MYKI. 7 September 2006. THE AGE NEWS Picture by EDDIE JIM (Photo by Fairfax Media/Fairfax Media via Getty Images). With his selfies on trains, his ...