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Welcome to Issue 114 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. 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. Meanwhile, the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) recommends that legislation be amended to better manage lobbying in the state […]

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Welcome to Issue 86 of our Banking Sector Newsletter. In this issue, we refer to a recent Federal Government announcement about the Consumer Data Right with new entrants joining and changes to the rules opened for consultation. The changes relate to consumers being able to share more of their data. We also refer to a report on […]

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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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Welcome to Issue 113 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. An extraordinary meeting of Commonwealth, State and Territory Attorneys-General has progressed a number of key reforms focused on the Respect@Work report, the day before the Australian Human Rights Commission released a report offering guidance to corporate brands and investors on preventing and responding to workplace sexual […]

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An extraordinary meeting of Commonwealth, State and Territory Attorneys-General has progressed a number of key reforms focused on the Respect@Work report, the day before the Australian Human Rights Commission released a report offering guidance to corporate brands and investors on preventing and responding to workplace sexual harassment. Earlier this month, Commonwealth, State and Territory Treasurers […]

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Welcome to Issue 112 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. In this edition, we highlight one of the more interesting decisions of recent times, Sharma by her litigation representative Sister Marie Brigid Arthur v Minister for the Environment [2021] FCA 560. In that case, the Federal Court of Australia found the Federal Minister for the Environment […]

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We would firstly like to thank all of those in the public sector who have been working so hard over the past few weeks to contain the current COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria and keep us safe, it is appreciated. In this edition, we highlight one of the more interesting decisions of recent times, Sharma by […]

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