Sarah Abell

Sarah Abell

The Backpacker Tax: just more money in the government’s rucksack?

By · August 11th, 2016

Tourists flock to Australia every year for a working holiday, taking advantages of Australia’s comparatively generous policies for visitors who want to work and travel. However, that might all be about to change, and tourists and employers alike aren’t happy.

Election 2016: Indigenous Affairs

By · July 1st, 2016

Sarah Abell examines the major parties’ positions on Indigenous Affairs.

The cashless economy: convenience, or an instrument of control?

By · June 5th, 2016

Being able to pay for everyday items quickly and easily without having to enter a PIN is one of modern life’s great conveniences, and a welcome alternative to carrying around cash. However, does the likely rise of the cashless economy have its downsides?

A 30 minute commute? Sprawling in the world’s most liveable city.

By · April 12th, 2016

We all know Melbourne’s population is growing- and more people means we need more homes. But what’s the best way of doing that? Sarah Abell explores the differing schools of thought on this contentious issue.

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