Something I didn't anticipate looking into when I became a full-time freelance writer was disability insurance. Sure, I knew that getting my financial paperwork in order is important — I took out a life
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The NDIS has 'saved' the budget: how good is trampling the poor and powerless? | National disability insurance scheme | Guardian
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Higher iron ore prices and a $4.6bn underspend on the NDIS have returned the Australian budget to balance for the first time in more than a decade, but low consumer spending continues to be a drag on economy.
The aftermath of September 11, 2001 brought us together as a nation. On the anniversary of that tragic day, it is beneficial to reflect on the twin values of unity and security that were so on display