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Government of Australia

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Report

The Government response to the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry
4 Feb 2019

The Federal Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, has released this Australian government’s response to the Royal Commission.

Report

8 Nov 2018

The Australian government welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Senate Finance and Public Administration References Committee’s (the Committee) report Appropriateness and effectiveness of the objectives, design, implementation and evaluation of the Community Development Program (CDP) .

Other text

9 Oct 2018

Following more than 5,000 submissions, four national roundtables and consultation with the medical and aged care professions, the federal government has outlined the terms of reference for the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.

Strategy

26 Jun 2018

The report ‘Future of Australia’s aged care sector workforce’ was tabled in Parliament on 20 June 2017, making 19 recommendations. The Australian government has provided this response to the recommendations made in the report in this document.

Report

13 Jun 2018

In December 2017, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse final report made 409 recommendations. The Australian government is addressing each of these recommendations in partnership with state and territory governments.

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Report

14 Feb 2019

This is the final report against the framework established in 2008, and marks a transition to the next phase of Closing the Gap. In December 2018, COAG committed to forming a genuine formal partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to finalise the Closing...

Report

14 Dec 2018

This report highlights the progress being made across the Australian government to implement the recommendations made in the Royal Commission’s final report presented to the Governor-General in December 2017.

Other text

20 Nov 2018

The inaugural Women’s Economic Security Statement , builds upon the Australian government’s strong progress in supporting women’s economic security, with a focus on three key pillars; workforce participation, earning potential and economic independence.

Report

12 Sep 2018

This inquiry focused on the current road system’s safety, while recognising that modal shifts in transport, urban planning, technology, data, users, usage and cultural factors can and will be important. It was felt that the existing road transport system will predominate for at least another...

Report

16 Aug 2018

In this government response document, the Australian government asserts that it is committed to women’s economic empowerment by ensuring workplace diversity and flexibility, flexible and affordable child care, increasing the incentives for women to work, and getting women into the jobs of the future.

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Report

15 May 2018

Australia's Parliament House turns 30 on 9 May 2018. This chronology celebrates milestones in the Parliament, as well as significant events in the evolution of the building and its landscape setting. Originally issued in 2013 to mark the 25th anniversary of Parliament House, this chronology...

Draft report

30 Aug 2017

This draft plan will guide how industry, government and the community will work together to improve the quality of water flowing to the Great Barrier Reef.

Discussion paper

Higher Education Standards Panel discussion paper, June 2017
9 Jun 2017

The likelihood of withdrawing from university is generally correlated with ATAR, according to this report.

Report

5 Jan 2017

Abstract: Although the full extent and nature of the sexual exploitation of children is only beginning to be recognised, it is a problem of global significance that requires strong and effective responses. The extent to which the viewing of child exploitation material (CEM) is...

Report

16 Nov 2016

Summary: It is commonly stated that there is a need for flexible child care to be available to parents especially for those who work variable or non-standard hours, given the 24/7 nature of today's labour market. But Australian and international research shows that parents'...