What we thought was the housing affordability budget, and then the health budget, and then the education budget, turned out to be an all-round budget focused on lowering the high cost of living. We break down the winners and losers.
Steph joined Money as a staff writer in 2015. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from UTS and is the former editor of North Shore magazine Sydney Observer. She has published work for Women's Fitness and Madison magazines.
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