Archived publication for June 2012
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ANDEV was right on land release

MEDIA RELEASE | John Shipp

The release of $1.5 billion of land for residential development in South Hedland is a welcome step but more needs to be done to address housing shortages, according to John Shipp, Director of the ANDEV/IPA North Australia Project. "Port Hedland...

Poll: Media goes too far in attacks on rich

MEDIA RELEASE | James Paterson

A new poll conducted by Galaxy Research for the Institute of Public Affairs shows that a majority of the Australian people is fed up with attacks on rich people by the media. Galaxy asked 1,053 respondents across Australia from 15-17 June 2012:...

Poll: Australians thank mining industry, not Gillard, for strong economy

MEDIA RELEASE | James Paterson

A new poll conducted by Galaxy Research for the Institute of Public Affairs reveals the overwhelming majority of Australians believe the mining industry deserves the credit for Australia's strong economy, not the Gillard government.   Galaxy...

Inquiry into the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment Bill 2012

SUBMISSION | John Lloyd

Senate Standing Committee on Education Employment and Workplace Relations Inquiry into the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment Bill 2012 Submission by the Institute of Public Affairs

Major reform needed to lift falling interstate migration rate

MEDIA RELEASE | John Shipp

Australia needs a major reform effort to lift interstate migration, according to John Shipp, Director of the ANDEV/IPA North Australia Project. According to the 2011 Census released Thursday, there were 60,000 fewer interstate movements in 2011...

New poll on bias at The Age could explain circulation collapse

MEDIA RELEASE | John Roskam

Free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs today released new poll data which reveals that of those The Age readers who believe the newspaper shows bias, 70% believe that the newspaper is biased towards Labor and the Greens. John...

Did the global temperature trend change at the end of the 1990s?

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tom Quirk

Twentieth Century Sources of Methane in the Atmosphere

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tom Quirk

NSW spending cuts welcome, but state still in deep deficit waters

MEDIA RELEASE | Julie Novak

"The second O'Farrell Government Budget has put in place the basis for policy reforms to restore fiscal sustainability and revive an underperforming economy," said Ms Julie Novak, Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs, a free market...

Accountability for our aid dollar - Time to hit the pause button?

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

There are serious questions to be asked about the number of NGOs that actively campaign for more aid expenditure in Australia, while they are concurrently recipients of that aid. Some of these NGOs receive aid funding to engage in...

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