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Technology, media and telecommunications election policy tracker – May 2019
This Tracker reports on election policies, announcements and public statements in telecommunications, media and technology.
Australia
24 May 2019
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Workplace reform and the 2019 federal election
For the first time in over a decade, industrial relations was a key policy battleground in the 2019 federal election.
Australia
24 May 2019
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Federal Budget 2019: A laser focus on re-election
With an election soon, this Budget was directed at infrastructure projects, personal tax cuts and incentives for SMEs.
Australia
11 Apr 2019
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What does the federal budget really mean for transport infrastructure? 10 key takeaways
Article discusses investment in transport infrastructure, the funded projects and ten key takeaways.
Australia
29 May 2018
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Budget 2018: A pre-election sweetener
The 2018-19 Federal budget should be reviewed in the context of an anticipated federal election in the next twelve months.
Australia
17 May 2018
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Budget 2017: How tax policy should be implemented
Australia has seen an example of how positive change can come about through consensus, consultation and bipartisanship.
Australia
1 Jun 2017
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Hung or hung out to dry? What fewer than 76 seats could mean for Australian business
The election results could present real challenges for business, as a hung parliament will create even more uncertainty.
Australia
6 Jul 2016
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Making a political donation for the 2016 Federal Election: A quick refresher on the key issues for business
With the Federal Election imminent, businesses should refresh their knowledge of Commonwealth political donation laws.
Australia
11 May 2016
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Federal Budget 2016-17 – Key tax measures for business
This article looks at some of the more significant tax measures in this year's Budget that will impact business.
Australia
8 May 2016
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IDEAS BOOM FULL STEAM AHEAD - The Australian Government commits over $1 billion to science and innovation
Australia's poor record in translating research to commercial products and services is well known.
Australia
13 Dec 2015
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Tax incentives to stimulate the "Ideas Boom"
On 7 December 2015 the Federal Government released the National Innovation & Science Agenda – its "Innovation Statement".
Australia
13 Dec 2015
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High Court upholds NSW law banning political donations
This decision confirms that political donations could be limited to prevent corruption and to ensure political equality.
Australia
4 Nov 2015
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Managing uncertainty: Update on proposed changes to paid parental leave
Parents might no longer access the government-funded PPL scheme as well as similar benefits from an employer PPL scheme.
Australia
10 Aug 2015
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It's that time of year again - a pre-budget reminder of the legal risks for setting differential and special rates in local government
As the end of the financial year approaches, local governments are busy finalising their 2015/16 budgets before 1 August.
Australia
5 Jun 2015
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Federal budget 2015-16: Quick guide - the big business measures
The article considers some of the more significant measures in the 2015-16 Federal Budget that will impact big business.
Australia
15 May 2015
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Budget changes to the Paid Parental Leave scheme: How will that affect employers?
An employee's eligibility for the government PPL scheme will be denied if employer payments exceed the government scheme.
Australia
15 May 2015
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The next round of privatisations of electricity distribution and transmission networks in Australia
While the focus is on New South Wales, the same issues will largely apply to Queensland, with one fundamental difference.
Australia
15 Jan 2015
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Priorities for President Jokowi, the new president of Indonesia
The new President will need to address corruption, the fuel subsidy, infrastructure development and foreign investment.
Indonesia
24 Sep 2014
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National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) – Round 5 to be discontinued
The Government will not proceed with Round 5 incentive allocations in the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS).
Australia
22 May 2014
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Federal Budget 2014-15: The Government delivers on austerity but not genuine tax reform
Mr Hockey announced revenue and welfare savings measures designed to restore the Budget to surplus in the medium term.
Australia
 
15 May 2014
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