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1. 2 July 18TASMANIA / GENERAL
Premier Will Hodgman said the Tasmanian Government has met every commitment it said it would deliver in the first 100 days since being sworn in for its second term. [Full text]
2. 2 July 18GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued a paper on the updated Shadow Ministry. [Full text]
3. 2 July 18GENERAL
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten announced minor changes to the Shadow Ministry. [Full text]
4. 28 June 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued a paper on the updated NT Government Ministry. [Full text]
5. 28 June 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
Chief Minister Michael Gunner announced a new Ministry for the NT Government. [Full text]
6. 25 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the NSW Budget. [Full text]
7. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
GRA Cosway issued a summary of the NSW Budget. [Full text]
8. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the NSW Budget. [Full text]
9. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Consult Australia issued NSW Budget highlights. [Full text]
10. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The Ai Group welcomed the NSW Government's decision to lift the payroll tax threshold for NSW businesses with a view to promoting growth and creating jobs. [Full text]
11. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The Sydney Business Chamber said the NSW Budget has a strong pipeline of projects that are designed to create a more efficient and productive economy. [Full text]
12. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The NSW Business Chamber said the Budget provides some relief for small business in the form of an increased payroll tax threshold and builds future capacity through investment in infrastructure and skills [Full text]
13. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said the NSW Budget invests heavily in long term transport, health and education projects, but is lacking in reforms to deliver improved housing affordability. [Full text]
14. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said a surplus of $3.9 billion is projected for 2017-18, with average surpluses of $1.6 billion over the four years to 2021-22. [Full text]
15. 21 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet delivered the NSW Budget. [Full text]
16. 7 June 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Premier Steven Marshall announced legislation to establish the SA Productivity Commission will be introduced to Parliament. [Full text]
17. 7 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
Opposition Leader Alistair Coe said for the first time, the budget papers show total annual ACT Government revenue reaching more than $7 billion. [Full text]
18. 7 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
Chief Minister Andrew Barr delivered the ACT Budget. [Full text]
19. 31 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Barton Deakin outlined changes in NSW Electoral Funding Laws. [Full text]
20. 28 May 18GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on upcoming Federal By-Elections in Braddon, Fremantle, Longman, Perth, and Mayo on 28 June. [Full text]
21. 17 May 18QUEENSLAND / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The Ai Group's pre-Budget statement called on the Queensland Government to speed up infrastructure roll-outs, support business and future-focussed jobs, and set a 30-year pathway for the economy. [Full text]
22. 17 May 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
Minister Philip Dalidakis said Melbourne is the third best student city in the world, according to the QS Best Student Cities 2018 ranking. [Full text]
23. 17 May 18VICTORIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The City of Melbourne released key draft budget highlights. [Full text]
24. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Hawker Britton released a Budget overview. [Full text]
25. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Premier Mark McGowan and Treasurer Wyatt said after a contraction in 2016-17, growth in the WA economy is expected to rebound to 2.5 per cent in 2017-18 and 3.25 per cent in 2018-19. [Full text]
26. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The WA Budget papers are online. [Full text]
27. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Ben Wyatt delivered the WA Budget. [Full text]
28. 14 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The Parliamentary Budget Office issued a Federal Budget Snapshot. [Full text]
29. 14 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Hawker Britton provided an overview of the Reply. [Full text]
30. 14 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten delivered a Federal Budget Reply. [Full text]
31. 10 May 18TASMANIA / GENERAL
Treasurer Peter Gutwein said the Victorian Government was confident the Federal Budget will further complement its long-plan for Tasmania's future. [Full text]
32. 10 May 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Treasurer Rob Lucas welcomed the Federal Budget. [Full text]
33. 10 May 18QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
Deputy Premier Jackie Trad said the Federal Budget short-changes Queensland. [Full text]
34. 10 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said the Budget supports key projects across NSW. [Full text]
35. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The ACCI said business would have liked more ambition for long term budget repair and decreased reliance on increasing tax revenue. [Full text]
36. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
GRACosway issued a Budget overview. [Full text]
37. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
PwC issued a Budget commentary. [Full text]
38. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The Grattan Institute issued 'Budget 2018: built on good fortune, relying on luck'. [Full text]
39. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Barton Deakin outlined Budget funding and policy announcements in a brief. [Full text]
40. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen and Shadow Minister Jim Chalmers said the Budget favours businesses. [Full text]
41. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Morrison and Minister Mathias Cormann outlined Budget measures for a strong economy. [Full text]
42. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The Parliamentary Library released 'The Commonwealth Budget: a quick guide'. [Full text]
43. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The Budget papers are online. [Full text]
44. 10 May 18GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Scott Morrison delivered the Federal Budget. [Full text]
45. 7 May 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued an Occasional Paper on the NT Budget. [Full text]
46. 3 May 18TASMANIA / GENERAL
The Agenda is online. [Full text]
47. 3 May 18TASMANIA / GENERAL
Premier Will Hodgman tabled the Tasmanian Government's agenda for the year ahead, 'Building your Future: First Year Agenda'. [Full text]
48. 3 May 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
The Victorian Government has delivered a solid budget with a forward-looking focus on social and infrastructure spending and support for regional areas, according to the Ai Group. [Full text]
49. 3 May 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued a Budget overview. [Full text]
50. 3 May 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
The Budget papers are online. [Full text]