Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry into Remote Area Tax Concessions and Payments: Response to Draft Report, September 2019

The Page Research Centre made a submission to the Productivity Commission on 8th October 2019 in response to its draft report into Remote Area Tax Concessions and Payments released on 4 September 2019. The Commission’s key recommendation that remote area income tax concessions should be abolished without any replacement is not supported, and the Page…

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A second YouGov poll published by Page and Menzies Research Centre’s shows more people support the Coalition energy policy than Labor’s

A second YouGov poll jointly published by Page and Menzies Research Centres shows an even bigger majority of voters oppose Labor’s emissions reduction target of 45%. 63% support the Coalition policy or favor doing less than the Coalition’s policy, with only 21% agreeing with Labor’s policy.   Menzies Page emissions polling results March

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Gramsci was right and we are failing our children

Gramsci was right and we are failing our children The continuing opposition to the Ramsay Centre on the grounds that Western civilisation has been oppressive, inequitable and responsi­ble for all manner of evil shows how influential and widespread cultural Marxism has becom­e since it was first championed by Antonio Gramsci early last centur­y. Gramsci was…

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Political agendas ‘ruining’ learning, says report

Political agendas ‘ruining’ learning, says report “Twenty-first century skills” such as creativity and inter­cultural understanding are not much use if you cannot read or write. That’s the message from Fiona Mueller and Kevin Donnelly in their just-published school education policy paper for Nationals party think tank the Page Research Centre. Dr Donnelly said one of…

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