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Ernst & Young


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12 Jul 2017

The alpine resorts

The alpine resorts of Victoria generate economic activity for the State as they attract a numbers of Victorian, interstate and international visitors. While the majority of tourism in this region is driven by snow and ski resorts, outside of the snow...

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Research report

15 Jun 2016

The physical implications of a move towards greater renewable electricity – new generating capacity, significant investment, reduced greenhouse gas emissions – have been explored for a range of scenarios in many countries. However, employment associated with the electricity sector, and the...

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01 Mar 2016

Strategic investment in infrastructure will support the growth of WA’s agriculture food and fibre sectors, enable the creation of new jobs, as well as improve income and prospects for businesses and communities in regional WA.

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Increased global demand for agricultural...

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Discussion paper

27 Nov 2015

This paper proposes a sustainable model of General Practice and primary health care at a time of significant primary health care reform and change. Within the context of the creation of Primary Health Networks (PHNs), the release of the National Review of Mental Health Programmes and Services...

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30 Sep 2014

Executive summary

In December 2013, the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) engaged Ernst & Young (EY) to research the regulatory and reporting burden on charities. While our research focused primarily on Commonwealth burden, it also considered...

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