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http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/sa-could-end-up-with-different-income-tax-rate-lowest-minimum-wage-on-mainland-if-commission-of-audit-recommendations-are-adopted/story-fni6uo1m-1226902183237


SOUTH Australia could have different income tax rates to the rest of the country and the lowest minimum wage on the mainland, if key recommendations from the Commission of Audit are adopted. 
 
Under changes to minimum pay rates, low-income earners in SA would eventually earn up to $85 less per week than workers in other states doing the same jobs.

The commissioners suggested that state-based income taxes be reintroduced for the first time since uniform taxation was established by the federal government during World War II.

The commissioners said the federal government should reduce personal income tax rates, possibly by about 10 per cent and cut some payments to the states and territories.
Other recommendations call for a change to the way the minimum wage is calculated.

Within a decade, low-paid workers would be entitled to the lower of a new “benchmark’’ or 44 per cent of average weekly earnings in their state.

By 2023, South Australia would have a $637 per week minimum wage while low-paid Tasmanians would earn $622.

Victoria would have a $681 per week minimum wage, Queensland $702 and the other states and territories $722.

The commissioners argued that linking minimum wages to local economic conditions would make it more affordable for employers to take on extra staff.

Under changes to welfare rules, young, single South Australians aged between 22 and 30 years could be forced to states with lower unemployment rates to look for work.

Under changes to the way GST revenue is distributed, SA would receive the same amount it gets now. But some other states would get a larger slice of an enlarged GST revenue pie.


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TASMANIA must harness its tourism kudos overseas to boost its permanent population, multiculturalism advocates say. 
 
Before the election, Premier Will Hodgman pledged to boost skilled migrant numbers and encourage more overseas students to stay.

The Multicultural Council of Tasmania, the University of Tasmania and the Federation of Ethnic Communities Councils of Australia are urging the State Government to “get moving”.

“What’s needed now is some meat on the bones of that commitment,” Multicultural Council of Tasmania chief executive Anna Reynolds said.

She called on the Government to sponsor more skilled migrants — to ease their visa processes, as was commonly done in South Australia and Western Australia.

The SA Government also funds billboards and other advertising encouraging overseas students to live and work in the state after graduation.
 
Mr Hodgman said his Government was dedicated to boosting the state’s migrant population.

“That’s one of the reasons why I participated in the recent national trade delegation to Asia. I was able to hand-deliver that message to our strongest trading partners.”

Immigration Department figures show more than 30 per cent of SA’s skilled migrants are state-sponsored, compared with 10 per cent in Tasmania.

Ms Reynolds said Tasmania was well behind in cultural diversity.

“Just 12 per cent of our residents were born overseas, compared to the national average of over 24 per cent,’’ she said.

Migrants brought skills, fresh perspectives, money and connections, as well as new demand for local services and products, she said.

So there you have it ! Encourage the cashed up Gooks and curries (WITH RICH DADDY'S THAT PAY FOR THEM TO STUDY AT OUR UNIVERSITY) to take up residence in the States of SA and Tas.. then force those that are unemployed and under 30 to migrate interstate! WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON HERE? tHE INDIAN MYNA BIRD PEST AT HIS FINEST! PUSH THE EGGS OUT OF THE AUSSIES NEST AND THEN SMASH THEM AND STEAL THE NEST FOR THEMSELVES!
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A PROPOSAL to force those on the dole to relocate to areas of high employment has been slammed by the Territory’s Chamber of Commerce. 
 
The recommendation was made in the Commission of Audit report released yesterday. Senior Government sources have confirmed the Federal Government will adopt a majority of the 86 recommendations contained in the five-volume, 1200-page report.

The commission recommends a number of changes be made to improve incentives to work, including “requiring young single people aged 22 to 30 without dependants or special exemptions to relocate to higher employment areas or lose access to benefits after a period of 12 months on benefit.”

The Northern Territory has a very low unemployment rate with workforce participation figures above the national average. Recent ABS statistics showed that 71.6 per cent of Territorians are employed.

But Chamber of Commerce chief Greg Bicknell said the proposal sounded draconian and would be unlikely to work.

He said the chamber regularly encouraged people from across the country to move up to the Territory to take up work opportunities.

But Mr Bicknell said a program that would force people here against their will was not the way to go.

“This sort of thing has not worked very well in the past,” Mr Bicknell said.

“Forcibly relocating people is not going to be very acceptable to the general public.

“Getting people up to the Territory is something that should be encouraged, and it (could happen) if the Government was to provide assistance for those people to move and address issues like cost of living and housing.”

He said the Territory had a specific skill set demand, and questioned bringing long term unemployed up to the Territory to work in minimum wage jobs, especially when there was already a large pool of people available to fill jobs.

“The big call has always been for skilled labour,” he said. “We have a large number of non-skilled who can fill unskilled jobs ... but generally those jobs won’t support the cost of living for people to the Territory,” he said.


We all know why the government is attempting to get the unemployed to move.. they want the rich Curries and chinks to take their place in SA and TAS and build an ant colony on the soil our ancestors built for US! Want more investments in those areas... particularly from Asia and the Subcontinent!
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...And when thee Aussies from other states try migrate to the NT, we'll peg them at the post and get some ching chongs to compete with them!

http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/national/nt-wants-2500-more-asian-migrants-per-year/story-fnjbnvyj-1226907657628

THE Northern Territory government hopes to welcome 2500 migrants from Asia to fill labour gaps
as part of a proposal to develop northern Australia. 
 
Chief Minister Adam Giles says he is in talks with Prime Minister Tony Abbott and federal Minister for Immigration Scott Morrison about putting in place a regional migration agreement, but admits it hasn't been easy.

"There are challenges in perceptions around the country about increasing migration to the Territory," he told reporters in Darwin on Tuesday.

He said the unemployment rate in the greater Darwin area was 1.3 per cent, posing problems for employers seeking labour, and plans haven't always come to fruition to bring up workers from Sydney and Melbourne, which have higher levels of unemployment.

"We are having a strategic advancement towards Asia; we believe that's the most positive move for the NT as a government and for northern Australia both on investment but also population and trade routes," Mr Giles said.

He said he is working on a trilateral agreement between the NT, East Timor and Indonesia, and still determining what a 2500 growth in migrant workers would mean for the workforce, housing and essential services.


The government is still negotiating the time frame over which the workers would migrate to the NT, which has a long history of welcoming migrant workers, particularly from Asia, and Mr Giles said he hoped that would continue.

"It's important migration from the northern neighbours when we can't fill those gaps from southern Australia," e focus on he said, but stressed the need to ensure the plan had the support from the wider Australian community.

The biggest challenge for workers migrating to Australia from the neighbouring region would be mastering English, said Pak Ade, Indonesia's consul to the NT.


Bloody Boong Chief minister! focusing on getting , slit eyed, yellow peril here!
What's wrong with getting white people who know English? Oh that's right he thinks Australia is part of Asia now and he can kill English off in a generation to bow down to the bug eyed neighbours!


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Up to 20,000 Australians who receive the disability support pension (DSP) will be assessed for the capacity to work, and if deemed able, will be expected to get a job. In tough talk ahead of the budget, Social Services Minister Kevin Andrews also repeated warnings that the days of young Australians sitting at home on the couch collecting welfare cheques were over. He said the government believed young people should be either be working or training for work. 'The message out of this is simply this. The days of easy welfare for young people are over.

 We want a fair system but we don't think it is fair that young people can just sit on the couch at home and pick up a welfare cheque. Those days are over,' he told reporters in Melbourne. Mr Andrews confirmed the budget, to be delivered on Tuesday night, will introduce rules that mean some people collecting the DSP disability support pension will be reviewed for capacity to work.

Now this I have to see!

* Firstly the economy isn't good enough for all to get work.

* They allow big business to take on workers from foreign lands by increasing both 457 visas and backpacker visas.

*They want more Indonesians and other Asian ilk here!

*They don't do a lot to keep jobs here and are pro globalisation!

*If they want young people to get to the work .. then they need to pay for transport costs to re-house and get started.

*Who will take a disabled worker who is only capable in some tasks over others who are?

*What will happen? More crime more of the money they save in welfare will go to build prisons and pay for their upkeep.

.. and you can bet the Abbos can still run free and get welfare. you can bet there will always be one rule for them and another for everyone else!

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