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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has been described as the biggest social reform since the introduction of Medicare in the 1970s.
The NDIS is currently being rolled out across NSW and Australia, and will be fully operational in NSW by July 2018....
Justice reinvestment is based on the premise that imprisonment is an expensive and largely ineffective way of reducing crime. Different versions of the concept have emerged but the original idea in the United States was that funding for prisons should be reduced...
NSW has a pressing need for additional infrastructure. Projects such as WestConnex, NorthConnex, the light rail and Sydney Metro are being constructed to meet that need. In the process, they have become focal points of compulsory acquisition.
Concerns have been raised...
On 3 May 2016, the NSW Government released a draft Biodiversity Conservation Bill 2016, draft Local Land Services Amendment Bill 2016 and supporting products for public exhibition. The Government aims to introduce this legislation in October 2016, with the legislation to commence in two stages...
According to the Commonwealth Bank, since the beginning of 2016 NSW has been Australia’s top performing economy, slightly ahead of Victoria and maintaining a healthy lead over other States and Territories. The April 2016 State of the States report found that NSW...
The housing market has been the driving force behind the NSW economy’s recent resurgence – driving dwelling investment, generating wealth and catalysing household consumption growth.
The first half of the year saw the median house price in Sydney breach the million...
This paper reviews the history of multiculturalism in Australia and NSW, and sets out the debate on the subject.
This paper has been prepared against the background of recent disturbing events around the world, including in Australia and NSW that have...
This report reviews the future implications of emerging technology for the labour force. In particular, it looks at how the “computerisation” of work is likely to impact the labour market more broadly.
Summary In the industrial era the world of work, and the...