Monthly Archives: July 2021

In this edition, the Federal Government has allocated a further $67.7 million to the National Archives of Australia to preserve records and protect its systems from cyberattack. As Australia’s vaccination roll out continues, issues have arisen as to vaccination data with unions rejecting a proposal allowing employers to access staff vaccination details and the Commonwealth […]

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An overview of the types of corporate structures commonly used by overseas companies setting up business in Australia.

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Welcome to Issue 51 of the SA Public Sector Newsletter. South Australians will benefit from increased accountability and transparency in the local government sector, with significant reforms passing a major milestone in Parliament. The reforms include initiatives to combat longstanding issues such as elected member conduct, CEO remuneration and rate setting transparency. In other reform […]

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Welcome to Issue 85 of our Banking Sector Newsletter. The Reserve Bank of Australia has undertaken their annual survey of bank fees focusing on fee income from the provision of loans, deposit services and payment services. The latest results cover the period of the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, recording a sharp decline. In […]

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