Latest Productivity Commission News

Don’t be drawn in by fake Aboriginal art
Time to crank up port reform
Leader of Nationals – Transcript – Weekend Today
Assistance efficacy vital for meeting challenges to Australia’s prosperity
Group of Eight universities are critical to knowledge economy
Secure jobs in universities needed to boost productivity
Productivity won’t be lifted without universities
Australia must face monumental productivity challenge
Productivity: key to prosperity
Closing gap progress report warning to redouble efforts
Closing Gap Annual Data Compilation Report 2022
$3.4 million boost to further progress Closing Gap targets
We know how to Close Gap, say Greens. We’ve known for over 30 years
More information is now available, but further time and data are needed to say if lives are improving
$3.1 billion productivity boost from Covid regulations reforms
$ 3.1 billion productivity boost from Covid regulation reforms
Why it’s important to recognise our education experts
Doubling of foreign investor fees is wrong message to send to world
Remote Australians lack access to quality drinking water
Strengthening authentic and ethically produced First Nations visual arts
Protecting First Nations Visual Arts and Crafts
Productivity Commission proposes new protections for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts and crafts
Put end to jobs for mates: new Grattan Institute report
Five lay members of High Court appointed
Schools review must consider funding: aeu
FSC welcomes review into Your Future, Your Super
We have best of health care services, but are patients finding care they need?
Sexual harassment and assault in FIFO mining industry must stop
Greens push for $1 pokie bet limits in Victoria
Budget delivers access to justice for Queenslanders
General Practice Facts
FMA Looks Forward to Working with New Government to Reduce Flood Losses
NSW reforms critical to boosting participation
Beyond Blue supports moves towards suicide aftercare around Australia
NSW Government responds to grants review recommendations
New digital service launches to help bridge gaps in fragmented mental health system
Mental health must be key focus of Albanese Government
AHISA welcomes new federal ministers for education and youth
Decoupling work visas key to ending migrant exploitation
Inaugural Director appointed for newly established Office of Disability
Australia’s 2.65 million carers urged to weigh up their vote in light of parties’ responses to commitment to Carers
Victoria’s courts crisis to continue under Labor
Major parties need to work harder to support women and families: Scorecard
Milestone agreement expands mental health services in Tasmania
Property Council alarmed over ‘Congestion Tax’
Immigration reset entrenches discrimination towards low-waged migrants
AMA opposes independent contractors in aged care
Red tape slashed and fair go for struggling tradies under Victorian Liberals and Nationals