Latest Productivity Commission News

IAG welcomes Labor’s $200 million mitigation commitment
Insurance Council welcomes Labor’s resilience pledge
New program to help parents support their child’s mental health
Productivity Commission appointment
Ai Group report on Australia’s supply chain vulnerabilities
Is price right? time to re-think public transport fares
National Farmers Federation backs Productivity Commission review into Australia’s maritime logistics systems
Productivity Commission review of National Housing and Homelessness Agreement
National Federation Reform Council Statement
Productivity Commission review into Australia’s maritime logistics system
Flexible regulations will see $3.1 billion productivity boost
Closing justice gap for missing middle
Senate Economics Committee Inquiry into Manufacturing
Right to repair win for farmers
Inheritances are growing, but not driving inequality
Review of ports welcome, however, immediate action is required
Time to fix problem – Farmers urge Federal Government to introduce right to repair for ag-machinery
Long-term costs of underfunding legal aid
Launch of National Lived Experience Workforce Development Guidelines
Positive Ports inquiry should be short and sharp
Tech regulation reform to boost economy and lift productivity
Health funds not meeting expectations
Infrastructure Contributions Reforms Joint
Local Government NSW agrees on infrastructure changes
Preparing for future natural disasters
Dr Jared Greenville appointed as ABARES Executive Director
Flood proofing for Katherine South: $10m for levee and drainage upgrade
Modelling and analysis for long term emissions reduction plan
Ministers meet to discuss consumer protection
Albanese Labor Government to Introduce Early Years Strategy
Speech – I-Asist Virtual Launch
NSW Government review to ensure best practice in grants administration
Australians warned to act on superannuation underperformance ahead of Nov 1 rule changes
Queensland Government welcomes and responds to statewide NDIS Inquiry
More people in prison despite less crime, Productivity Commission report finds
Australia’s prison dilemma
Dietitians essential in mental health care
Reforms to deliver jobs and homes
Big Shift: New opportunities in post-pandemic world
Firm net zero 2050 commitment is significant positive
Delivering fit-for-purpose Murray-Darling Basin water markets
Government-run super fund would dud workers and become political plaything
Close to home: Identifying links between gaming venues and financial hardship
Keynote Address – 10th Northern Territory Aboriginal Economic Development Forum
New veterinary practice laws modernise vet services
Hybrid or highway for Australian workers: Swinburne research
Acting early to break cycle of family mental illness
NDIA Board releases Annual Financial Sustainability Report