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19 Jun

As we approach the 30th anniversary of the handing down of the historic and game-changing Fitzgerald Report, it is hard not to sit back and wonder how the corruption that the report exposed came to be. The massive criminal enterprise undertaken by corrupt police was stunning, not just because of the fact that those who ran it were those sworn to uphold the law, but also because of the lack of discretion. It seemed that everybody knew what was going on but nobody moved to stop it.

19 Jun

The Office of State Revenue (OSR) has announced an expansion of the type of transactions that can be self assessed via an eConveyancing lodgment network operator.

In a staged expansion, the first group of transaction types is now available.

19 Jun

Practitioners are invited to provide feedback as QLS policy committees prepare submissions for reviews of: (1) the Cultural Heritage Acts and (2) the proposal to extend workers’ compensation coverage to the gig economy and taxi industry.

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