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  • No.037 Tuesday 13th May, 2005 Joint Media Release Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer Minister for Health and Ageing REDUCED PAYMENTS FOR DOCTORS: LEVEL PLAYING FIELD FOR MEDICAL INDEMNITY INSURERS The Australian Government will reduce doctors’ contributions to the cost of rescuing the United group, while levelling the playing field
    Date: 13/05/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4D1G6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: ABBOTT, Tony, (forme...

  • No.017 16th March, 2005 Doctors’ Insurance Costs Fall The cost of average medical indemnity premiums has fallen for the first time in three years, Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough, said today. Releasing the details of the price monitoring report, undertaken by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
    Date: 16/03/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/WAIF6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • David Cox MP Shadow Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer Member for Kingston Contact: David Cox 0418 847 830 or Angela Jackson 0417 815 124 DEPUTY RBA GOVERNOR CONFIRMS THAT MIDDLE EAST UNREST IS PUSHING UP PETROL PRICES Before the House Economics, Finance and Public Administration Committee in Sydney today
    Date: 04/06/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/99QC6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR REVEN... - Author: COX, David

  • David Cox MP Shadow Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer Member for Kingston Contact: David Cox 0418 847 830 or Angela Jackson 0417 815 124 RBA GOVERNOR CONFIRMS THAT PETROL PRICES WILL STAY ABOVE $1 FOR SOME TIME In evidence today before the House Economics, Finance and Public Administration Committee
    Date: 04/06/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/U7QC6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR REVEN... - Author: COX, David

  • C025/04 28 April 2004 BUSINESS COALITION’S $5B WISH-LIST BUT NO WORD ON REDUCING SUPER FEES A business coalition today laid out its $5 billion a year wish-list for super without one mention of a quid-pro-quo on fees to help boost the super savings of Australian workers, Minister for Revenue and
    Date: 28/04/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/70CC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • Building the National Nest Egg Challenges for a Greying Australia Address by Senator the Hon. Helen Coonan Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer Investment and Financial Services Association Sydney 20 November 2003 Intro Thank you. All signs point towards Superannuation policy headlining as a major election issue next year. Retirement
    Date: 20/11/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/ZEZA6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • C007/03 5 February 2003 SHERRY CAN'T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Revenue Senator Helen Coonan said the ALP appeared completely confused about where it stood on the rights of Australian superannuation investors. "Labor's spokesman, Senator Nick Sherry, is on the one hand railing against the fees
    Date: 05/02/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2LG86 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • "TURNING THE TIDE" INSURANCE IN AUSTRALIA - 2002 IN PROFILE Speech to the Australian Financial Review Insurance Summit 2002 Senator the Hon Helen Coonan Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer 29 November 2002 SYDNEY Ladies and Gentlemen. Firstly, let me say thank you for the invitation to address you today.
    Date: 29/11/2002 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/A9086 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

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