It's business-as-usual message to the ACT economy with the public service still expected to do much of the heavy lifting of cost savings.
Mathew Dunckley After years of furious lobbying, the free-to-air television networks have been given a prize.
Mark Mulligan The $A barely reacted to the budget measures, after having lost nearly 2 per cent earlier in the day after the RBA slashed rates a quarter point.
Matt Wade On the face of it, the government's internship program to assist young people on the path work is likley to be popular with voters. But there are risks as well.
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Elizabeth Knight The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut the official interest rate to 1.75 per cent to combat record low inflation and stimulate the slow-growing economy.
Sally Patten and Larissa Ham Money is less visible than ever. But mum-of-two Penina Petersen still believes that cash is king when it comes to teaching young children about personal finances.
Chris Johnson Work for the Dole will be massively reformed and employer subsidies reduced to help pay for an ambitious new program aimed at getting the young unemployed into jobs.
Jared Lynch Chinese conglomerate withdraws bid for Kidman cattle station, days after the Treasurer ruled the sale was not in the national interest.
Stephen Cauchi The ASX shot to a 2016 high as the RBA rate cut inspired a wave of buying and bargain hunters jumped into bank stocks.