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1. 4 May 17VICTORIA / GENERAL
GRACosway issued a summary of the Victorian Budget. [Full text]
2. 4 May 17VICTORIA / GENERAL
The Budget papers, interactive map and related announcements are online. [Full text]
3. 4 May 17VICTORIA / GENERAL
Treasurer Tim Pallas delivered the Victorian Budget. [Full text]
4. 4 May 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
Hawker Britton issued a summary of the NT Budget. [Full text]
5. 4 May 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
The NT Budget is online. [Full text]
6. 4 May 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
Treasurer Nicole Manison delivered the NT Budget. [Full text]
7. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The NSW Audit Office issued a report on the management and procurement of contingent labour within NSW Government agencies. [Full text]
8. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Urban Taskforce said the announcement of $310 million for the urban renewal of the Parramatta North precinct will create a new vibrant neighbourhood. [Full text]
9. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian issued a summary of achievements to mark her first 100 days in office. [Full text]
10. 16 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The Property Council listed five urgent policy actions for major parties contesting the WA state election to commit to. [Full text]
11. 16 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
A summary and transcript are online for Chief Minister Michael Gunner's recent speech on the year ahead, including plans for a revitalization of the Darwin CBD. [Full text]
12. 16 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
A discussion paper has been released as part of a review of the NSW Lobbying of Government Officials Act. [Full text]
13. 13 February 17QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
Premier Palaszczuk announced the new Queensland Ministry. [Full text]
14. 13 February 17QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced that Jackie Trad will be appointed as Queensland's Transport Minister and will retain Infrastructure and Planning responsibilities. [Full text]
15. 13 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
Submissions close on Friday for a discussion paper on whistleblower protection laws in the NT. [Full text]
16. 13 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
The Property Council welcomed remarks by Chief Minister Michael Gunner relating to plans for an overhaul of the Darwin City Centre. [Full text]
17. 13 February 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING / GENERAL
Chief Minister Andrew Barr announced that the ACT Government has started to create a new authority to manage urban renewal projects and a new green field land release agency, as part of a summary of the first 100 days since re-election. [Full text]
18. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Shadow Minister Mick Veitch said former Local Government Minister Paul Toole has become the fifth National Party Minister for Crown Lands in six years. [Full text]
19. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Consult Australia said the fair allocation of risk, innovative funding, and the independence of infrastructure planning are the keys to success. [Full text]
20. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Green Building Council said it looks forward to working with Premier Berejiklian and her team to build a healthy, liveable, sustainable future. [Full text]
21. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Premier Gladys Berejiklian reiterated her intention to focus on housing affordability following the NSW Cabinet swearing-in ceremony (video). [Full text]
22. 2 February 17INTERNATIONAL / GENERAL
Melbourne and Sydney have been ranked 12th and 16th in JLL's City Momentum Index, based on recent changes in economic and commercial real estate activity. [Full text]
23. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
Deputy Premier Barilaro announced the signing of the NSW-Queensland Statement of Principles and Priorities for Regional Collaboration 2016-19. [Full text]
24. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / QUEENSLAND / GENERAL
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk re-iterated the key priority areas for a cross-border agreement with NSW. [Full text]
25. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the NSW Cabinet reshuffle. [Full text]
26. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
GRA Cosway issued a summary of the new Ministry. [Full text]
27. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
A list of Parliamentary Secretaries for NSW is online. [Full text]
28. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
A list of Ministers for NSW is online. [Full text]
29. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Deputy Premier John Barilaro announced the new Cabinet for NSW. [Full text]
30. 30 January 17INTERNATIONAL / GENERAL
Sydney has been ranked as the seventh most expensive city to move homes, in an index published by German firm Movinga. [Full text]
31. 26 January 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Opposition Leader Steven Marshall announced further detail on his proposed Government for SA. [Full text]
32. 26 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Property Council listed housing affordability, economic growth and infrastructure delivery as top priorities for the new Government leadership in NSW. [Full text]
33. 23 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / TRANSPORT
The Committee for Perth issued an opinion piece ahead of the WA election. [Full text]
34. 23 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / TRANSPORT
The WA Opposition issued '200 Fresh Ideas for WA', including commitments on the METRONET rail network. [Full text]
35. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Property Council said Premier Baird has led a Government that focused on tackling some difficult and challenging reforms and delivering much needed investment in infrastructure. [Full text]
36. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue outlined the priority projects it will be presenting to the new Premier and to Opposition Leader Luke Foley. [Full text]
37. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Urban Taskforce said the next Premier must be someone who continues the drive for growth with infrastructure that has been the hallmark of Mike Baird's term. [Full text]
38. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Ai Group said the NSW community and economy will benefit for decades to come from decisions initiated under Premier Baird's leadership, particularly the building blocks of 21st century transport infrastructure. [Full text]
39. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia said Premier Baird has changed NSW for the better and leaves a legacy of major infrastructure. [Full text]
40. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Committee for Sydney said Premier Baird was an outstanding political leader who transformed Sydney for the better. [Full text]
41. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / INFRASTRUCTURE
The PM said that Premier Baird is building the infrastructure that sets NSW up for the 21st century economy. [Full text]
42. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL / INFRASTRUCTURE
Video of NSW Premier Mike Baird's resignation announcement is online. [Full text]
43. 23 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The Committee for Sydney released the third paper in its 'Adding to the dividend, Ending the Divide' series. [Full text]
44. 19 January 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / GENERAL
The NT Government released a discussion paper on whistle-blower protection laws as part of a commitment to deliver an NT ICAC. [Full text]
45. 19 January 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / GENERAL
The Parliamentary Library issued '2016 Australian Capital Territory election: an overview'. [Full text]
46. 19 January 17GENERAL
The HIA said it welcomed the appointment of a new Assistant Minister to the Treasurer to focus on housing affordability. [Full text]
47. 19 January 17GENERAL
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the changes to the Ministry. [Full text]
48. 19 January 17GENERAL
The PM announced changes to the Ministry. [Full text]
49. 12 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
The NSW Government's response to an inquiry on an expert panel report about political donations is online. [Full text]
50. 9 January 17GENERAL
The Parliamentary Library issued 'Australia's Parliament House in 2014 and 2015: a chronology of events'. [Full text]