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1. 8 August 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
The Go8 said a significant impact to SA jobs and students will occur if the Government's higher education cuts pass the Senate. [Full text]
2. 8 August 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
Greens Senator Hanson-Young said the Greens stand in solidarity with students protesting against university cuts. [Full text]
3. 4 August 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
The IRU universities issued 'Universities are not rolling in gold: Average funding per student and other funding facts'. [Full text]
4. 2 August 17HEALTH / BUDGET
The Grattan Institute issued a presentation: 'Crisis, what crisis? Health care funding in the future'. [Full text]
5. 1 August 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
The Parliamentary Library issued 'Student income support: a chronology'. [Full text]
6. 30 July 17TAX / BUDGET
Minister O'Dwyer said Labor is threatening to pillage people who have saved and built wealth. [Full text]
7. 30 July 17TAX / BUDGET
Mr Shorten and Shadow frontbenchers Bowen and Leigh announced proposed changes to the taxation of trusts. [Full text]
8. 24 July 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
Shadow Ministers Plibersek and Wong said that school will be $680k worse off. [Full text]
9. 24 July 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
Minister Birmingham said a school that Shadow Ministers Plibersek and Wong and the SA Minister visited today is set for a $6.2m funding increase under the Government's plan. [Full text]
10. 21 July 17BUDGET / PUBLIC SERVICE
The Presiding Officers thanked the outgoing Parliamentary Budget Officer for his service. [Full text]
11. 17 July 17FOI / BUDGET
Treasury issued material related to a paper by Tony Makin: 'The Effectiveness of Federal Fiscal Policy: A Review'. [Full text]
12. 6 July 17FOI / JUSTICE / PUBLIC SERVICE / BUDGET
The AFP issued its response to a request for documents prepared by the AFP summarising the impact of the 2016-17 Federal Budget on police operations. [Full text]
13. 5 July 17BUDGET
The PBO issued '2017-18 Budget: medium-term projections'. [Full text]
14. 5 July 17BUDGET
Shadow Minister Chalmers said the PBO has cited risks around the Budget wages growth forecasts (see Second Edition). [Full text]
15. 5 July 17INFRASTRUCTURE / BUDGET
Shadow Minister Albanese said the PBO says the Coalition will slash rail and road infrastructure investment by half over the next decade. [Full text]
16. 2 July 17EDUCATION / RESEARCH / BUDGET
Universities issued its submission on the higher education legislation. [Full text]
17. 30 June 17BUDGET / TAX / FOREIGN
Shadow Minister Leigh said the Government is refusing to back proposals that would close multinational tax loopholes. [Full text]
18. 30 June 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
Shadow frontbenchers Bowen and Plibersek said Treasurer Morrison lied about Labor's funding for schools in a speech in Perth (see Second Edition). [Full text]
19. 30 June 17BUDGET
Minister Cormann issued the May General Government Sector Financial Statements. [Full text]
20. 29 June 17EDUCATION / RESEARCH / BUDGET
A transcript is online of the Press Club address and Q&A by the Go8 chair. [Full text]
21. 25 June 17FOI / BUDGET
Treasury issued its response to a request for 'Graphs, charts and tables prepared for, but not published in, the latest Budget documents'. [Full text]
22. 23 June 17FINANCE / COMMERCE / TAX / BUDGET
Greens Senator Whish-Wilson said Parliament should have embraced a larger bank levy. [Full text]
23. 20 June 17FINANCE / COMMERCE / TAX / BUDGET
The ABA welcomed a Senate committee report on the major bank levy Bill (see First Edition). [Full text]
24. 16 June 17BUDGET / FINANCE / COMMERCE
Shadow Minister Gallagher held a doorstop. [Full text]
25. 16 June 17BUDGET / FINANCE / COMMERCE
Shadow Treasurer Bowen said Treasury evidence shows customer and shareholders will pay the bank levy. [Full text]
26. 15 June 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
Catholic Education said the Government seems more intent on rushing through its school funding plan rather than devising a genuine needs-based model. [Full text]
27. 6 June 17BUDGET
The ABS issued 'Government Finance Statistics, Australia, Mar 2017'. [Full text]
28. 6 June 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
Universities Australia said nine universities have added their voices to the opposition to university cuts. [Full text]
29. 6 June 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
The Go8 said its board is united in its condemnation of Budget cuts. [Full text]
30. 6 June 17EDUCATION / BUDGET
Greens Senator Hanson-Young said the Greens have reaffirmed their commitment to public schools. [Full text]