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Americas Summer 2020

The City of Angels (Americas week 3)

Our alarms were set for 4am for a packed flight from San Francisco to LA. As soon as we touched down and navigated through the chaos of LAX, we toured around Hollywood, following the trail

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Americas Summer 2020

Howdy, Montana (Americas week 1)

The USA study tour was off to a wild start in Bozeman, Montana. As we touched down into Bozeman airport, the city scapes of our stopovers in New York and Los Angeles were replaced with

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Libertarian Blog

Local Government – a major concern

High on the list of the younger generation’s concerns, is the ‘messiness’ of Western Australia’s local governments.  Because local government is ‘closer to the people’, one expects it to be more accountable and more respected,

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Libertarian Blog

Closed for (small) business

The Liberal Party lost 18 of their 31 seats following the 2017 State Election after a decade of unsustainable public sector growth and wastage. Granted, whilst in power, the Liberals saw iron ore prices fall

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Western Australia’s Galah Awards

This report forms part of the Special Centenary Publication: Government Waste by The Taxpayers Research Foundation Ltd (part of Tax & Super Australia). By Andrew Pickford and Cian Hussey. Introduction The past decade in Western

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Europe Study Tour Blog

Back in London Town (week 5)

On Saturday the 20th of July, we departed Tallinn for London thus beginning our final week of the European Study Tour. Before we commenced official educative duties on the proceeding Monday, we checked off a

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Hong Kong Summer School Blog

Friendships & Graduation (week 4)

It has been a bittersweet ending to the 3-week program at Hong Kong University. Whilst we were ecstatic to continue our coursework for the Asia Institute for Political Economy, we were heartbroken and deeply saddened

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