The Federal Government has been accused of turning its back on one of Australia’s most vulnerable communities by cutting social housing and homelessness funding by $1 billion in a decade.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says a new international tax deal that deters the use of tax havens will bring an end to the "race to the bottom".
The State is poised to bank an absolutely eye-watering amount in additional iron ore royalties.
South Australia's finances are tipped to recover from COVID-19 and return to surplus quicker than expected despite a big-spending budget for the next 12 months.
Reactions to the NSW government's 2021/22 budget from the opposition, unions, business and interest groups has ranged from high praise to deep disappointment.
Since March 2020 the NSW government has spent $4 billion on managing COVID-19 health measures including vaccinations and testing.
The mice plague in NSW has nibbled a hole in the state's budget for the regions, which includes spending on roads, health, education and disaster recovery.
NSW's 2021/22 budget includes more than $30 billion in new and recurrent health spending.
South Australian Treasurer Rob Lucas has unveiled the 2021/22 budget which forecasts an earlier return to surplus for the state.
The South Australian government is set to announce major infrastructure spending in this week's state budget.
Queensland's opposition says five new government funds worth $3.46 billion announced in the 2021/22 state budget are currently empty.
The NSW government will invest more than $148 million in domestic violence support services and local courts in the upcoming state budget.
Support for a shift away from stamp duty payments on property purchases in NSW is "widespread", the government says, with a new policy progress paper released.
The Queensland government will pour money into regional healthcare, but capital spending will fall by $147 million from last year.
A new tax on business to fund a rebuild of Victoria's mental health system has passed the state's upper house 24-14.
Finance ministers at the G7 meeting in London reached a historic agreement to back a minimum global tax for multinational giants.
The Victorian and federal governments have traded barbs over the state's plan to tax big business to help pay for an overhaul of its mental health system.
How interest groups, political parties and ratings agencies are reacting to Victoria's latest budget.
Spending in regional and rural Victoria as part of the state's 2021/22 budget is mostly a proportion of the wider focus on mental health and COVID recovery.
Victorian children, families and women are beneficiaries of the state's latest budget with measures in education, mental health and the justice system.
A snapshot of what the Victorian government will be spending money on, by sector, in the 2021/22 financial year.
Lower South West residents were given the chance to discuss the Federal Government’s 2021-22 Budget and its impact on the region with O’Connor MHR Rick Wilson this week.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says Australia is well placed to manage the mountains of debt forecast in the federal budget.
Victorian households are still likely to be taxed to pay for the mental health sector overhaul, despite the ongoing economic recovery from coronavirus.
Benita Kolovos and Kaitlyn Offer
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