Latest Productivity Commission News

New chemical regulation scheme begins
A stitch in time could save nine, two stitches could save lives
Urgent reforms needed to prevent gambling harm when pokies return in Kingston
Victoria Secures Protections For Basin Communities
New Laws To Improve Access To Justice Pass Parliament
Early learners support welcome but more needed
Address – CEDA’s State Of Nation Conference
Investment needed to get learning back on track
Independent analysis of education ‘disruption’ needed
New research shows mental health coaching reduces anxiety and depression symptoms
PC Report Ignores Elephant in Room
ACTU slams Productivity Commission report into apprenticeships
Vocational Education & Training – Not broken but room to improve
TAFE funding boost must be central in Commonwealth’s VET response
Renewing Australia’s VET system – Options for reform
Government must rule out plan to tax trucks
Centring Indigenous people in evaluation is key to better outcomes
Changes to Remuneration Authority Act
Statement of Expectations for Independent Planning Commission
Helping motorists find best deal at bowser
Record mining tax and royalty payments continue to fund services & support communities
Productivity Commission rejects bogus mining subsidy claims
Rules-based trade remains a high priority for Australia
Keelty Report should act as a catalyst for long-term reform says National Farmers Federation
Resources Ministers discuss challenges to sector amid COVID-19
Councils welcome moves to fairly fund community infrastructure
Pathway forward for contributions reform
Private health funds to reap $5 billion pandemic windfall
Reforms will enable oil and gas to support recovery
Regional communities & jobs would benefit from overdue resource sector regulatory reforms
Specialist drug court legislation welcomed
Putting palliative patients first a winning model
New CRC will help maximise community benefits of minerals development
Liberals fail industry and workers on skills shortage
Industry boosts engagement in Circular Economy
Northern Territory catches a break on rebates
Workers’ comp claims for harassment and bullying rise, women twice as likely to be affected as men
A win for regional Australia
International and local experts to focus on mental health across lifespan
National Farmers Federation Communique on MDB Tour
Urgent Reform Needed With Billions Lost To Mental Stress
Airports overcome weak passenger growth to report record profits
Living with Plan
Resilience, Determination, Hope. AEU Federal Conference begins today
Marshall Government response to deliver lower council rates
My Business Health reaches out to bushfire-hit small business owners
Farmers & communities have their say on Basin Plan