The inaugural bulletin has links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to government in NSW.
A referendum on constitutional recognition of local government would be a step towards securing financial certainty.
The Australian Government announced a range of important measures in the 2013-2014 Budget.
In the 2013-14 Budget, the Federal Government has promised to invest a further $24 billion on roads, rail and ports.
Transcript of the Budget Reply Speech made by the leader of the opposition.
The Policy encourages private sector investment in infrastructure by providing an alternative to full private finance.
We highlight below the salient points of the Federal Budget which was handed down on Tuesday.
There are limited new developments for the property and funds management industries in this budget.
This is the text of the Budget Speech for 2013-14 by the Treasurer of Australia, Mr Wayne Swan.
Federal Budget cuts have not affected the NBN and the Department of Broadband, Communication and the Digital Economy.
Because of the high costs, royal commissions should only be convened to address issues of substantial public importance.
The Government confirmed each of its pre-Budget announcements with one exception, which was announced before the Budget.
The article highlights critical strategies to manage change in APS workplaces from restructures and staff reductions.
The Budget does provide some measures, but current funding for R&D and improving infrastructure appears insufficient.
The 2013 Budget papers suggest that the Health sector will face significant growth and require increased expenditure.
Between the Budget and the White Paper, the Government sidestepped the challenge of matching capabilities and funding.
The big question will be which of the Budget announcements could be able to legislated before the September election.
Businesses eagerly awaited to see whether the Government was able to come up with a visionary plan for the future.
There was no good news for individuals this budget and the proposed income tax reductions from 2015 have been deferred.
The Disability sector and schools are the winners from this budget, with funding of Disability Care and Gonski reforms.