Jennifer Hewett


2024-03-11T11:09:30+11:007 February 2024|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

As Australians came out of their holiday season for 2024, it was increasingly clear that the cost of living had become a nagging sore for the federal government of Anthony Albanese. With a backflip over the Coalition’s promised tax cuts due in mid-2024, there seemed to be a pause in the negativity flowing to the [...]

Zoom Registration Jennifer Hewett & Aaron Patrick – Members Only

2021-07-13T13:49:50+10:0013 July 2021|Tags: , |

Register for the Zoom talk. Bookings open to Members only. The link will be sent out the day of the event. Speakers: Jennifer Hewett - National Affairs Columnist The Australian Financial Review & Aaron Patrick - Senior Correspondent The Australian Financial Review Topic: Politics 2021 - A Melbourne/Sydney perspective  Monday 19 July 2021 6pm (Eastern [...]


2020-08-13T11:54:55+10:0013 March 2020|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Summer in south-eastern Australia was particularly severe with continuing drought being added to by a prolonged bushfire season. The Morrison Government – having won the “unwinnable election” in May 2019 began 2020 under increased pressure with any Budget surplus looking challenged, especially with the outbreak of the coronavirus virus on mainland China, world markets nervous [...]

Paul Kelly & Jennifer Hewett: A Political Update – Setting the Scene for 2020

2020-02-07T09:50:06+11:0013 January 2020|Tags: , |

SPEAKERS:   PAUL KELLY (Editor At Large – The Australian) & JENNIFER HEWETT (National Affairs Columnist, The Australian Financial Review) DATE:             Monday 10 February 2020 *Book from 27 January 2020** TIME:              5.30 for 6pm  LIGHT REFRESHMENTS  *MEMBERS & ONE GUEST ONLY* TOPIC:           A Political Update – Setting the Scene for 2020 VENUE:         King & Wood Mallesons, Level 61, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer [...]

Budget 2018: The Aftermath

2023-09-15T14:28:21+10:003 July 2018|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Budget 2018 handed down by Treasurer Scott Morrison on Tuesday 8 May 2018 was described by the Australian Institute of Company Directors as “heroic” in its wage growth forecasts, by others as “all about tax” and from Opposition leader Bill Shorten that Australia “deserves better”. For all that, the Budget did receive the endorsement of former treasurer [...]

Budget 2018: The Aftermath

2018-12-06T13:32:17+11:0015 March 2018|Categories: Function|Tags: , , , |

Speaker(s): Jennifer Hewett (National Affairs Columnist on Business & Politics, Australian Financial Review) & Adam Creighton (Economics Correspondent, The Australian) Date: 2018-05-22 Topic: Budget 2018: The Aftermath Venue: The Sydney Institute, Level 40, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney Time: 5.30 for 6pm Book from: 9 May 2018    

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