January 18th, 2014
One of the biggest social schemes in Australia's history started with much fanfare last year but the man credited with designing it shirked the spotlight. Bruce Bonyhady, the architect of the national disability insurance scheme, brought corporate nous, the mind of an economist and the warmth of a father to his mission of improving life for people with disabilities.
By Rick Morton
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