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Coleman Greig Lawyers
This proposed scheme, aimed at first home buyers, seeks to address the issue of housing affordability across Australia.
McCullough Robertson
These 2019 budget measures could have a direct or indirect effect on the resources and renewables industry in Queensland.
McCullough Robertson
The 2019-20 Queensland budget proposes to finance some significant investments through changes to the current tax regime.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Under this First Home Buyer Deposit Scheme, purchasers only require 5% deposit for a home mortgage, instead of 10-20%.
McCullough Robertson
This article includes measures relating to the Resources and Renewables industry in the 2019-20 Queensland state budget.
Holding Redlich
There are no plans for legislative reform, but unions may redirect resources to more industrial campaigns on the ground.
Holding Redlich
The return of the Coalition means that the Labor proposed changes to superannuation settings might not be implemented.
Holding Redlich
With the re-election of the Coalition government, we expect to see their immigration election promises to be rolled out.
Holding Redlich
There is little in the Coalition's packages that would encourage a transition from fossil fuel to renewable energy.
Holding Redlich
Climate change was one of the 'hot topics' of the 2019 election campaign, with a range of energy policies announced.
Holding Redlich
The Coalition will provide $1 billion to the ATO as a boost to the Tax Avoidance Taskforce to target tax avoidance.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The outcome of the 2019 Federal Election has been highly anticipated by those interested in property and rental markets.
Holding Redlich
The Coalition government prefers "evolution" rather than "revolution" in its privacy and data protection policies.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This Tracker reports on election policies, announcements and public statements in telecommunications, media and technology.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
For the first time in over a decade, industrial relations was a key policy battleground in the 2019 federal election.
Holding Redlich
The Coalition has promised to invest $100 billion in transport infrastructure, with a 10 year plan to reduce congestion.
Hammond Taylor
This update contrasts and critiques the key immigration policies of both Labor and the Coalition in the 2019 election.
HHG Legal Group
This most recent leaders debate in front of 48 undecided voters addressed varying topics to indicate differing policies.
Swaab
This article examines Labor employment policies and provides insight as to how Australian businesses may be impacted.
Marque Lawyers
With new laws and a Federal election coming, it is a good time to check your compliance with political donation laws.
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Holding Redlich
There will be information about new sponsorship arrangements for family visas as well as about the new regional visas.
McCullough Robertson
The 2019-20 Queensland budget proposes to finance some significant investments through changes to the current tax regime.
Hammond Taylor
This update contrasts and critiques the key immigration policies of both Labor and the Coalition in the 2019 election.
McCullough Robertson
These 2019 budget measures could have a direct or indirect effect on the resources and renewables industry in Queensland.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This proposed scheme, aimed at first home buyers, seeks to address the issue of housing affordability across Australia.
Cooper Grace Ward
Casual employees in horticulture will be paid overtime and agriculture programs receive additional funding in the Budget.
Hazelbrook Legal
The Government has provided the financial regulators with a suite of new funding ‘to strengthen the financial system'.
Marque Lawyers
With new laws and a Federal election coming, it is a good time to check your compliance with political donation laws.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Under this First Home Buyer Deposit Scheme, purchasers only require 5% deposit for a home mortgage, instead of 10-20%.
Holding Redlich
The return of the Coalition means that the Labor proposed changes to superannuation settings might not be implemented.
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