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In the recent Senate debate on Senator Nash's private member’s bill to extend the criteria for Independent Youth Allowance to Inner Regional students the issue of why so few regional students go on to tertiary education was raised and an argument made that...
The periodic redrawing of electoral boundaries is required by law to maintain electoral divisions of roughly equal enrolment size within a state or territory. Redrawing of boundaries is known as a redistribution.
During the expected life of the 43rd Parliament there will be redistributions...
This paper lists all wind farms currently operating in Australia.
Where available each of the following records has the following data—project name; company name; location; number of turbines; output per turbine in kilowatts (one kilowatt is one thousand watts); capacity in megawatts (one megawatt...
This report outlines the scientific evidence available on the likely future climate of Australia's key agricultural production zones, and discusses the adequacy of existing drought assistance and exceptional circumstances programs to cope with long-term climatic changes.
The extension in the reporting date has enabled...
Based on one definition of poverty, 9.3 per cent of all Australians are poor. The poverty rate varies widely between electorates, from 2.1 per cent in Bradfield (NSW) to 15.1 per cent in Braddon (Tas). The poverty rate estimates presented by Tony Kryger in this...
This survey examines changing patterns of workforce participation, changing patterns of rural land use, income and expenditure flows and cross-sectoral influences between mining and agriculture. It makes a contribution to the wider literature concerning the socio-economic implications of mining.
This research report investigates whether children in regional areas experience a "tyranny of distance" or a "tyranny of disadvantage".
In other words, are the gaps in children's development in regional areas compared to children living in the major cities explained by their distance from...
This review explains the context and past experience of public finance reform and its effects on governance in remote Indigenous communities.
The poor development standards experienced by Indigenous Australians, especially in places remote from urban areas, are regularly characterised in public...
This audit assessed the effectiveness of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s implementation of food security initiatives for remote Indigenous communities.
Audit objectives and criteria The objective of the audit is to assess the effectiveness of the Department of the Prime...
This report, a joint effort of a group of Indigenous leaders from across Australia brought together by the Jawun Indigenous Partnerships Corporation, proposes an Indigenous Empowerment framework.
There needs to be a fundamental shift away from the traditional social policy framework...