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Labor will give the independent Parliamentary Budget Office ('PBO') an enhanced role in Australia’s macroeconomic reporting to promote stronger fiscal discipline and enhance transparency around Commonwealth Budgets.
Under Labor, an enhanced Parliamentary Budget Office will:prepare the macroeconomic forecasts that underpin all key...
From the Leader of the Opposition’s Budget Reply speech in May 2015, Labor has been announcing a comprehensive suite of measures to spur innovation, and deliver the jobs of the future.
Under this new suite of measures, an elected Shorten Labor Government will:...
The original Labor National Broadband Network would have delivered optic fibre to 93 per cent of homes and businesses, providing speeds of up to one gigabit per second on a network easily scalable to much higher speeds in the future.
In 2013, Malcolm Turnbull...
A Shorten Labor Government will deliver child care support that is fairer and will make early education and care more affordable for families.
Our package will give parents the early education and care relief they need now – from 1 January 2017.
Australia needs to improve its trade performance. As the Australian economy transitions out of the mining boom we need to find alternative sources of growth and jobs. Lifting – and diversifying – our export performance will be an important part of this strategy. That is...
Labor will kick-start construction on the AdeLINK tram network, transforming Adelaide by creating the infrastructure needed for a growing and vibrant city.
A Shorten Labor Government will commit $500 million in upfront grant funding to kick-start this project. Based on a total estimated cost...
Labor will ensure that access to health care is determined by your Medicare card, and not your credit card, and will reverse the Turnbull Government’s GP Tax by stealth.
That’s why a Shorten Labor Government will restore indexation of the Medicare Benefits Schedule from...
Experts predict that in the years to come, 75 per cent of the fastest growing occupations will require skills in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM).
But we know that unless students are interested and engaged in STEM at an early age, they are...
A Shorten Labor Government will invest an additional $100 million to support Indigenous students to succeed at school, and boost the number of Indigenous teachers.
This is part of Labor’s plan to help close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.
A Shorten Labor Government will ensure patients who are suffering from a terminal illness or other serious medical conditions will be allowed access to safe, reliable and legal medicinal cannabis if prescribed by their doctor. There are thousands of Australians who are suffering from unbearable...