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15 Aug 2019
19
June

2019-20 NSW State Budget

NSW Budget delivers on election commitments despite gathering headwindsNSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet’s third State Budget has a laser-like focus on meeting election promises, delivering record infrastructure spending and a significant fillip for the drought-ravaged regions. However, it comes in tightening economic circumstances as stamp duty...

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13
June

2019-20 Queensland State Budget

Small, medium and regional business the big winnersJune 11, 2019Regional Queenslanders flexed their muscle at the Federal Election ballot boxes and their voice has been heard loud and clear by the Palaszczuk Government with today’s release of a State Budget for the regions.A $324m payroll...

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27
May

2019 Victorian Budget Update

Victorian State Budget overcomes property slump to continue delivering growth strategy   Managing Expectations The re-elected Andrews Labor Government delivered its fifth Budget today that seeks to manage the State’s high population growth after a $5bn black hole opened up in its budget in the wake of a...

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26
May

2019 Federal Election Update #5

MORRISON’S WAY: SCOMO SETS UP SIX MORE YEARSPrime Minister Scott Morrison has come out of the ‘election gates’ with a confidence and direction that could well set up the Coalition for six years in power. He has stamped his authority with a new look Ministry...

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19
May

2019 Federal Election Update #4

MORRISON’S MIRACLELast night saw the greatest post-war boil over in Australian federal elections when the Morrison Coalition Government was re-elected.A couple of weeks ago, we mused that it was feasible that Scott Morrison could execute a Steven Bradbury come-from-behind surprise win. It actually happened and the nation is still...

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17
May

2019 Federal Election Update #3

NEW LABOR ERA TANTALISINGLY CLOSE AS NATION GRIEVES BOB HAWKEIs Labor finally out of the political wilderness? The sad passing overnight of one of Australia’s greatest Prime Ministers, Labor icon Bob Hawke, has already had an impact on the final day of campaigning and will...

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11
May

2019 Federal Election Update #2

The final countdown – will it be Winx or Bradbury at the finish line?As the election campaign enters the crucial final week, Labor remains the frontrunner in a still tight contest. The big unknown now is where an estimated 20% of disengaged and undecided voters finally decide to...

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9
May

WA STATE BUDGET 2019

With his third State Budget, Western Australia’s Treasurer Ben Wyatt has handed down the first state budget surplus in five years.The budget continues to deliver on Labor’s 2017 election themes of combating rising unemployment through job-creating infrastructure projects, increased access to housing, and tackling congestion.With...

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18
April

2019 Federal Election Update

The campaign kicks offThe first week of the election has been a fairly lacklustre affair and while Labor remains a clear favourite to win the May 18 poll, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has demonstrated he will be a far more formidable campaigner than Malcolm Turnbull was in 2016.An...

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16
April

COALITION GOVERNMENT NEEDS FIVE VOTES TO PASS LEGISLATION

Premier Gladys Berejiklian will need the support of a mix of minor parties with radically different world views to pass legislation through the NSW Legislative Council, with Animal Justice and One Nation taking the last two seats in counting just finished.After a marathon counting...

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