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Liza Harvey
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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Galah Awards
News

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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Georgia Bank of England
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 uni all scholars
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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Sunset at the lake
Americas Study Tour Blog

The Stone House & the Big Apple (week 5)

It wasn’t until we got to Great Barrington, Massachusetts that we began to realise that our tour was drawing to a close. However, we didn’t have time to be sad; everything there was just way

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Hong Kong culture
Hong Kong Summer School Blog

Culture & Democracy (week 3)

We’re 3 weeks down with only one left here in Hong Kong. This trip has brought each of us a wealth of knowledge about Hong Kong’s culture, it’s people, and its stance in the current

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Tallinn beers
Europe Study Tour Blog

Digital Nation (week 4)

A digital society and endless summer days. We left Israel feeling enlightened and inspired, and had high expectations for our next destination; the humble but thriving Baltic city of Tallinn. The capital city of Estonia,

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Lebanon Jeep trip
Europe Study Tour Blog

Delving into History – part 3 (week 3)

On the 13th of July, the day began with a spectacular boat tour of the Sea of Galilee. The waters were calm, and the breeze soft, as we absorbed the serenity of the surrounding environment.

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Mises University
Americas Study Tour Blog

Sweet Home Alabama (week 4)

The Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is one of the busiest in the world, and when we landed amidst the throng of passengers we were swept out by the crowd fairly quickly. Unarmed and unprepared for

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Jerusalem group photo
Europe Study Tour Blog

Delving into History – part 2 (week 3)

On the 10th of July, we adventured into East Jerusalem and the West Bank, which are Palestinian territories currently occupied by Israel. They were captured by Israel from Jordan following the Six-Day War of 1967;

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