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Petroleum resource rent tax changes
Budget a ‘MISSED OPPORTUNITY’ to support aged care nurses and care STAFF
Real cost of Medevac revealed
Loans sale to return £4.9 billion to UK taxpayers
Fundamental changes for SA Pathology
April tax changes 2019: changes for you
Improved access to scripts: vital to better health
More families in need making significant progress
Earnings continue to grow for recent graduates
Tasmanian Liberals do nothing as PM sells out energy industry
Rockliff must intervene in dysfunctional TasPorts
Attractions to Drive New Tourism Experiences and Jobs
Government details scale of loan scheme tax avoidance
A shortlist with coal is a shortcut to climate change
Rockliff and government all at sea on TasPorts
Could UN have run its course? Lambert
Mike Rose endorsed as United Australia Party’s candidate for Farrer
ADA censures private health insurers’ grab for control of Medicare
Joan Rylah must apologise for disrespectful comments towards Tasmanian health staff
SFF 10-point plan to address our regional hospital crisis
Labor to build a new library for Lapstone public school
Labor pledges to increase parking in Penrith
Wiltshire waste dealer forced to pay back £200,000
Ama welcomes lifting of freeze on diagnostic imaging Medicare rebates
Labor backs drought-stricken farmers over Sydney stadiums
Freeze on Medicare rebates for scans coming to an end
Labor commits to 21st century bridges for Kyogle
Cutting Crime and Investing in Generational Change: New Legislation to Target Secondary Supply
Taxpayers paying for Mr Twyford’s mistakes
Engineering firm to pay $4 million in Quebec bid-rigging settlement
Commissioner Statement – Response to Inspector General of Taxation’s Review into ATO’s
Wellington bustastrophe is now a Govt failure
Best built environment is an inclusive one, designed for ageing and disability
A veritable army will fight new coal; Greens tell Nats on ‘big stick’ legislation to ‘bring it on’
Massive injection of capital funding secures choice of schooling for parents
CGT would take every dollar of Kiwis’ real gains
Harmful union action needs to stop
Announcement on biosecurity steering committee
Labor will appoint a new board of SCG Trust
Axe pollie pensions when Ciobo and Pyne go
Australians deserve more from their post-secondary education and skills system
Interim findings released for Bicentennial Bikeway study
Tax concierge service open to small businesses
Bustastrophe shows Govt needs to take charge
Commissioner of Taxation provides additional tax assistance for North Queensland flood victims
Access to compensation scheme for victims who lived with their attacker
Rail Review Chair says franchising cannot continue in its current form
Kathryn Cearns OBE appointed as new Chair of the Office of Tax Simplification