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The Australian Government is committed to improving the productivity, sustainability and liveability of our cities. This long-term policy endeavour is vast, complex and should not be underestimated. Urban policy is grounded in a geographic consideration of place and the people that interact with that place....
The proposals in this paper are intended as a starting point for a dialogue on the way forward for future reforms.
In 2008 the Australian Government introduced a Lobbying Code of Conduct (the Code) and established a Register of Lobbyists (Register) to ensure that...
This document outlines a further $2.2 billion in funds for the National Health and Hospitals Network over four years, announced in the 2010–11 budget.
Are funded include hospitals, primary health care, training and support for nurses, mental health and aged care.
The Report examines issues surrounding the supply of labour to resource industries, including skills shortages, temporary migration, housing, apprentice training and regional planning.
Launched on 28 January 2010, A Stronger, Fairer Australia (0) sets out the Australian Government’s vision and strategy for social inclusion, now and into the future.
Social Inclusion means ensuring no Australian is left behind by giving all the opportunities, resources, capabilities and responsibilities...
In October 2008, the National Preventative Health Taskforce released a discussion paper, Australia: The healthiest country by 2020 and three associated technical papers on obesity, tobacco and alcohol.
These documents formed the basis for conducting consultations and calling for public submissions. The Taskforce publicly...
The National Indigenous Law and Justice Framework was developed by the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General (SCAG) as a national approach to address serious and complex issues that exist for Indigenous Australians and the criminal justice system.