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1. 16 April 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The AEC invited comment on proposed SA federal electoral divisions. [Full text]
2. 12 April 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued an Occasional Paper on the new SA Labor Shadow Ministry and leadership announcement. [Full text]
3. 12 April 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued an Occasional Paper on SA Labor electing new Parliamentary leadership. [Full text]
4. 12 April 18GENERAL
Barton Deakin Brief summarised the key electoral boundary changes in the ACT and Victoria. [Full text]
5. 9 April 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
The AEC invited comment on proposed federal electoral divisions for Victoria. [Full text]
6. 9 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
The AEC invited comment on proposed federal electoral divisions for the ACT. [Full text]
7. 5 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Premier Mark McGowan said that Kim Beazley will assume the role as WA's 33rd Governor when he is sworn in on 1 May. [Full text]
8. 29 March 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a Brief on the SA Cabinet. [Full text]
9. 29 March 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The SA Liberal Party's plan for its first 100 days in office is online. [Full text]
10. 29 March 18QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
The AEC announced the finalisation of a redistribution of federal electorates in Queensland. [Full text]
11. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Committee for Sydney commented on the Greater Sydney Region Plan, Future Transport 2056 Strategy and State Infrastructure Strategy. [Full text]
12. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Westpac said that a more accessible 30-minute Sydney could deliver up to a $10 billion annual economic dividend for the NSW economy. [Full text]
13. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Deloitte issued the second report in its 'Imagine Sydney' series, with a focus on a 30-minute city. [Full text]
14. 26 March 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The SA Liberal Party announced details of the State's new Cabinet. [Full text]
15. 26 March 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
The ACT Standing Committee on Planning and Urban Renewal issued 'Report on Annual and Financial Reports 2016-2017'. [Full text]
16. 22 March 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the SA election result. [Full text]
17. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Further detail is also online about the recently established Public Works Committee. [Full text]
18. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Further detail is online about the recently established Public Accountability Committee in the NSW Legislative Council. [Full text]
19. 22 March 18GENERAL
Sydney has been ranked as the world's tenth most expensive city by the Economist Intelligence Unit. [Full text]
20. 12 March 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
GRA Cosway published a brief on the SA election to be held on Saturday. [Full text]
21. 12 March 18QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
The Chamber of Commerce & Industry said the report is a damning assessment on the Queensland Government's procurement practices. [Full text]
22. 12 March 18QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
The Queensland Audit Office issued 'Confidentiality and disclosure of government contracts'. [Full text]
23. 8 March 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The WA Government issued 'Inquiry into Government Programs and Projects', including an examination of the Elizabeth Quay development and a land assets sales program. [Full text]
24. 8 March 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
Part of the solution to an imbalance in liveability standards across Melbourne could lie in building mini-CBDs where it makes sense, according to PwC Managing Partner Peter Konidaris. [Full text]
25. 8 March 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
PwC listed the top 10 places to live, work and play in Melbourne as part of its CityPulse Melboune publication. [Full text]
26. 8 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Deloitte said that to see all three layers of government coming together to make this investment in the region is a welcome advancement. [Full text]
27. 8 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Western Sydney University welcomed the official signing of the Western Sydney City Deal. [Full text]
28. 8 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Deal demonstrates a commitment which, if implemented well, will improve transport, liveability, housing supply and long-term collaboration across Western Sydney, according to the Property Council. [Full text]
29. 8 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Urban Taskforce said it is keen to work with the NSW Government in the detailed development of the Western Sydney City Deal's planning regime, particularly in relation to the proposed lifting of contribution caps. [Full text]
30. 8 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese welcomed the Government's plan to build part of the Western Sydney Rail Line project. [Full text]
31. 8 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Greater Sydney Commission said it will have a role in the implementation of the Deal and the coordination of land use and infrastructure. [Full text]
32. 8 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the Western Sydney City Deal. [Full text]
33. 8 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The NSW Government published a summary of the Western Sydney City Deal. [Full text]
34. 8 March 18GENERAL
Barton Deakin summarised the changes to the Outer Ministry and includes an updated Ministry List. [Full text]
35. 8 March 18GENERAL
The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet published an updated Ministry list. [Full text]
36. 5 March 18TASMANIA / GENERAL
Bill Shorten issued a statement on the Tasmanian election. [Full text]
37. 5 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue said the decision to include the north-south connection as part of the Western Sydney City Deal was a massive win for the region. [Full text]
38. 5 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The PM addressed the launch of the City Deal for Western Sydney. [Full text]
39. 5 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Western Sydney City Deal document, fact sheets and video are online. [Full text]
40. 5 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The PM announced that a City Deal for Western Sydney has been signed with the NSW Government and eight Western Sydney councils. [Full text]
41. 1 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued a brief biography of Minister McCormack. [Full text]
42. 1 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / GENERAL
The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet published an updated Ministry list of the Turnbull Government. [Full text]
43. 1 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / GENERAL
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said Minister McCormack must reverse the cuts to investment in nation building infrastructure. [Full text]
44. 1 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / GENERAL
The Automobile Association congratulated Minister McCormack. [Full text]
45. 1 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / GENERAL
The Logistics Council welcomed Minister McCormack's appointment Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. [Full text]
46. 1 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / GENERAL
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull welcomed the appointment of Minister Michael McCormack as the new leader of the National Party and Deputy Prime Minister. [Full text]
47. 26 February 18INFRASTRUCTURE / GENERAL
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced the resignation of Barnaby Joyce MP from ministerial duties and that John McVeigh MP will act as Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. [Full text]
48. 22 February 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a summary of the plan. [Full text]
49. 22 February 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The SA Liberal Party released its plan for its first 100 days in government. [Full text]
50. 22 February 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued paper on SA Labor's $2 billion infrastructure pipeline and election policy commitments. [Full text]