The transport sector is the second-largest source of greenhouse emissions in Australia. Despite this Australia has no vehicle emissions standards, some of the lowest fuel taxes in the OECD. Australia still subsidises …
Our health care agenda maps a more equitable healthcare for all Australians, leading to better health and well-being, and greater prosperity. 1. Health Equity Despite the availability of universal health …
Australia must now face up to its wasteful and polluting habits of make-take-dispose and take responsibility for the mess.
200,000 new affordable homes, tax reform and loan caps to stop the house price spiral. More rights for tenants.
Openness, accountability, truth and the public’s right to know are essential principles and protections in a democracy.
A universal right to high quality, safe and timely support and care, free from mistreatment and neglect, inhumane treatment, and any form of abuse.
Increase the minimum wage in female-dominated awards and raise the wages of the lowest earners in the workforce, the majority being women.
A strong and independent defence force that costs $100 billion less than the government’s plan – and does not include nuclear submarines.
By providing incentives, government can achieve a high return on investment and stimulate the growth of new industries.
A $37,000 tax-free threshold, higher tax on the top 1%, cut CGT to 25% and $30/tonne carbon price.