Unity Laying Off Hundreds Of Staffers

Unity, the company behind the popular game development engine of the same name, has recently laid off hundreds of staffers, multiple sources tell Kotaku. Founded in the mid-2000s, Unity is used by thousands of developers; you’ve almost certainly seen its logo pop up in the loading screens for some of your favorite — or least-favorite … Read more

Deputy Liberal leader Sussan Ley rejects Labor’s claim that Morrison government deserves ‘zero credit’ for AAA credit rating

The deputy Liberal leader has lashed Labor’s claim that the Coalition deserved “zero credit” for Australia’s AAA credit rating, arguing the Albanian Government inherited the “best set” of economic numbers. Deputy Liberal leader Sussan Ley has said the Assistant Treasurer’s claim that the former Morrison government played no part in the renewal of Australia’s AAA … Read more

Victoria’s transformed frontbench sworn in after Labor’s major pre-election shake-up

The Victorian government’s transformed frontbench has officially been sworn in, as the dust continues to settle on the news four senior ministers would step down and depart politics. Key points: The shake-up of Labor’s frontbench was triggered by four senior ministers standing down last week Victoria now has 14 women ministers, and Steve Dimopoulos and … Read more

Changes to lobbyist rules a ‘fundamental first step’ to tightening accountability, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says

Anyone working for a lobbying firm will need to be registered as a lobbyist, as part of a raft of changes announced by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today in a bid to strengthen lobbying rules. Key points: People working for a lobbying firm will need to be registered, with only administration staff exempt Lobbyists will … Read more

United Airlines’ Inflation Warning – WSJ

While Federal Reserve economists have retired their line that inflation is transitory, they’ve continued to downplay the risk of a wage-price spiral. We wonder what they call the 14.5% raise that United Airlines agreed last week to give its pilots through the end of next year. Anyone who’s flown recently knows they had better check … Read more

Jim Chalmers warns of ‘significantly higher’ inflation ahead as Albanian Government continues to pitch real wages growth

Jim Chalmers has insisted the government will follow through on its promise for real wages growth but has warned of “significantly higher” inflation to come this year. Treasurer Jim Chalmers has foreshadowed dire increases to inflation and warned the cost of living crisis in Australia will get “worse before it gets better”. Dr Chalmers said … Read more

SA Liberal leader David Speirs slams government for scrapping mountain bike developments at Fox Creek, Victor Harbor

The South Australian opposition has slammed the decision to scrap plans for two mountain bike parks, but the government says it is prioritizing health spending. Key points: The SA opposition has criticized Labor for scrapping mountain bike plans made by the former government The government says spending needs to be prioritized in health, education and … Read more

Farmer reveals increasing cost to grow strawberries, compared to higher price consumers are paying

First, it was lettuce getting a bad rap for reaching astronomical prices; now, strawberries are selling for a staggering amount. But what does it actually cost for a farmer to grow a product like strawberries, versus what a consumer is asked to pay for that same product? Bundaberg strawberry growers Bruce and Tina McPherson have … Read more

Richard Marles clashes with Peter Dutton after Coalition ‘stuffed’ Australia’s relationship with France over AUKUS deal

Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles has declared Labor has been traveling around the world to fix international relationships which were “stuffed” by Peter Dutton and the previous government. Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles has claimed the former Coalition government “stuffed” Australia’s bilateral relationship with France as he clashed with Opposition Leader Peter Dutton amid Labor’s … Read more

Colombian President-Elect’s Economic Revamp Faces Cost Crunch – The Wall Street Journal

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