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This analysis of the long term impacts of bracket creep shows that taxpayers are being over compensated for bracket creep at all income levels. The Morrison Government has used bracket creep as a key reason why it needs to implement its income tax cuts package...
IPART is reviewing the amount the NSW Electoral Commission (NSWEC) can charge councils for administering local government elections in 2020. This draft report sets out their preliminary recommendations.
This briefing note shows that just three specific actions by the Commonwealth government would lead to a significant rise in national wage growth, adding over $10 billion per year to aggregate wage income within three years.
This report provides an overview of AIHW work on improving Indigenous identification, particularly in enhancing mortality estimation through statistical data linkage.
Focusing on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, this report shows how rates of potentially preventable hospitalisations, potentially avoidable deaths and Indigenous health checks vary geographically within each Australian state and territory and between Primary Health Networks.
Academic analysis shows it will be impossible for a global population of 10 billion to consume the amount and type of protein typical of current diets in North America and Europe if we want to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This paper identifies...
The growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) and conversations around unlocking its true benefits have prompted the development of this discussion paper. Feedback from stakeholders will be used to inform the Standards Australia Artificial Intelligence Roadmap Report , which will be completed in September 2019.
The ACCC’s ninth annual Water Monitoring Report has found hotter and drier-than-average weather has led to reduced water availability and higher prices for tradeable water products in 2017–18, placing pressure on water users in the Murray–Darling Basin.
For many of us, the big data era presents more questions than answers and more challenges than solutions. It is clear though that living in a data saturated world is transforming the society we live in, writes Miah Hammond-Errey.