Latest emergency services levy News

NSW Insurance Customers Bear Heavy Burden Of ESL
Mayor Statham Attends LGNSW Rural & Regional Summit
Pilbara emergency services get a $1.65 million upgrade on land and sea
Next Major Step In Reforming Emergency Services Funding
New Goldfields Seniors Discount Directory Launched
Expert Panel Meets To Reform Emergency Services Funding
New access to insurance data will drive emergency services funding reform
Expert Panel To Guide Emergency Services Levy Reform
Council’s Financial Statements and the Flood Risk Group on the agenda
Major upgrade to VFRS station supports growing Pilbara community
New station for South West volunteer firefighters
Consultation begins on reforming Emergency Services Levy
Mayor backs review into ESL
Getting through Christmas cost of living crunch
NSW councils welcome IPART Rate Peg decision
Retailers welcome suite of resilience measures for SMBs
NSW Government’s review of the Emergency Services Levy must go further
Emergency Services Levy must be removed from rating system
Government welcomes NSW insurance price reforms
IAG welcomes NSW Government commitment to reform the Emergency Services Levy (ESL)
Insurance Council welcomes NSW Government’s commitment to reforming unfair Emergency Services Levy
Ratepayers’ billion dollar state tax: Report
Rate peg changes positive outcome for NSW councils
What is cost shifting and how does it affect my rates?
Modern vehicles strengthen Kimberley emergency response
Tasmania’s decision to remove unfair insurance tax welcomed – NSW must be next
Resilience funding welcome but tax reform still needed
Insurers make fifth visit to flood-impacted towns in Victoria
$2.9 million investment in South West emergency services
Actuaries reports bolstering calls for greater resilience investment
$1.8m investment in North-West emergency services
Parliamentary Friends of Local Government
Karratha Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service hits 50-year milestone
Latest lifesaving tool for popular WA coastline revealed
State Government decision costly to Council
Council commits to big grant-funded projects while tightening the belt
Focus on financial sustainability with budget adopted
MidCoast Council welcomes possible changes
Residents urged to join Council to fight unsustainable levy
New station and tanker boost for volunteer firefighters
Meeting with Minister for Local Government
Council opposes damaging increases in Emergency Services Levy Costs
Concern over NSW Government decision to pass the buck on emergency services funding
5 outcomes from monthly meeting held 23 May
Council budget on public display
Bring back emergency services subsidy, Hatcher
Council Not Impressed by the Increase in Emergency Services Levy
Draft budget, Function Centre, Vouchers on Council agenda