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ASQA accepts independent sector’s plan to set aside red tape
Chancellor waives duties and VAT on vital medical imports
Government seeks infrastructure projects
Increased flexibility for production of hand sanitiser to bolster supplies
Pop up mall a boost for resilient community
Supermarkets and pharmacies now able to operate 24/7
Combat COVID-19, a five point reaction plan to slowdown
Palmer agrees to fund manufacture or acquisition of over 1,000,000 courses of Hydroxychloroquine for Australians
Local Government can do more to help businesses survive
U.S. President Trump: Nothing Will Stand in Our Way
Council takes measures to ensure operations can continue during COVID-19 pandemic
Govt announces aviation relief package
Uniform law to provide real benefits to WA lawyers and their clients
15 Days to Slow Spread
U.S. President Trump Has Mobilized Full Resources of Federal Government to Respond to Coronavirus
ScoMo’s stimulus package not worth human cost
Drop-in centre offers help and hope to LGBTQ street kids
Measures help business drive economy
New national standards to support Queensland’s adventure tourism sector
New grant vital for bushfire-affected small businesses
Relief for small businesses facing bushfire recovery
Changes to small business bushfire assistance package welcome
First load of regulations ready for bonfire
Wholesale regulatory reduction to get economy moving
National’s economic plan: Regulation Reduction
Bushfire crisis highlights gaps in fundraising laws that government refuses to fix
Charities welcome government response to ACNC review – but not all government members got memo
Labor’s lousy one idea week
Lazy Labor has zero ideas for jobs and business growth
Australia’s economy resilient but not immune
Property Council of Austsralia welcomes government adoption of plan to reduce red tape
Over $14 million to help Australian dairy exports
More work to do to improve science results
Swan Hills schools benefit from $3.4 million in upgrades
DMIRS to cut timeframes in half for exploration applications
Final NAPLAN results a reminder there is more work to do
Tasmania’s economy envy of nation
Kick off for community sporting infrastructure in Queensland
Marshall Government response to deliver lower council rates
IPC overhaul first step to address Sydney’s planning problems
Pathway to get ridesharing in regions
New bill gives hospitals power to develop personalised treatment
Further improvements to Farm Household Allowance
Supporting Tasmanian businesses to get job done
Last call on craft beer legislation consultation
ASIC reports on decisions to cut red tape – April 2019 to September 2019
National rules out working with NZ First
Red Tape Busting, Jobs Generating: Value for Territory Test