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Aust provides $25m to World Bank facility

Aust provides $25m to World Bank facility

Australia is providing $25 million to a global infrastructure facility run by the World Bank. The facility aims to promote g…

  • Hockey criticised for US trip by Labor AAP - 1 hour 45 minutes ago

    A Labor frontbencher says Treasurer Joe Hockey should have been in the cabinet room last week rather than enjoying his jaunt in the United States that included ringing the bell at the end of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Mr Hockey was in the US for G20, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, gatherings the treasurer says will help him form his May 12 budget.

  • Aust, UK aim to tackle profit-shifting AAP - 2 hours 21 minutes ago

    Australia and the UK are forming a joint working group to tackle profit-shifting by multinational companies, Treasurer Joe Hockey says. The agreement secured between Mr Hockey and British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne during last week's G20 meeting will build on the UK's experience of introducing a diverted profits tax at the beginning of April, commonly known as the "Google tax". "This is a global issue that needs to be quickly addressed and as such the working group will be open to all G20 members," Mr Hockey said in a statement on Sunday.

  • G20 criticises US on stalled IMF reforms AAP - 15 hours ago
    G20 criticises US on stalled IMF reforms

    The Group of 20 countries have criticised the United States for blocking reforms to both expand the International Monetary Fund's resources and give China and other rising economies more say in the crisis lender's governance. Meeting on the sidelines of the US-based IMF's twice yearly meetings, the finance ministers and central bank governors of the world's leading advanced and emerging economies said they "remain deeply disappointed with the continued delay" in implementing the IMF reforms agreed in 2010.

  • Kiwi businesses praised for Anzac respect Newstalk ZB - 19 hours ago

    Retailers are being praised for respecting the use of the word Anzac this year.

  • Ditched Cairns plan a 'missed opportunity' AAP - 19 hours ago

    The Queensland government has forfeited economic and tourism boosts for the state's far north by dumping plans for a Cairns cruise ship terminal, the opposition says. Labor on Saturday released a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) related to the proposal and said it illustrated the former LNP government's "complete disdain for Queensland's environment". One of the most contentious aspects of the plan was the planned dumping of dredge spoil either at land or in waters near the Great Barrier Reef. "This is another short-sighted, knee-jerk reaction from a Government making it up as they go," opposition spokesman for infrastructure Tim Nicholls said.

  • Seven nations sign up to Hockey's G20 hub AAP - 22 hours ago
    Seven nations sign up to Hockey's G20 hub

    Treasurer Joe Hockey has signed up seven countries to join a global infrastructure hub based in Sydney. At the hub's first board meeting in Washington last week, Mr Hockey secured financial contributions ...

  • Qld government dumps Cairns port plan AAP - 22 hours ago

    Plans to dredge a far north Queensland inlet for a potential cruise ship terminal have been abandoned by the state government on environmental and financial grounds. Treasurer Curtis Pitt has released a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the proposal, which could have involved dumping Cairns Port dredge spoil on waters near the Great Barrier Reef.

  • Young planners and Maori focused projects shine at awards Fuseworks - Sat, Apr 18, 2015 8:00 AM NZST

    NZPI’s Young Planners and those involved with Maori focused projects were the big winners at the 2015 New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) Awards, presented in Auckland last night, picking up seven of the 11 awards and a Hamilton based planning consultancy picking up the Supreme Award. The Gala Awards Dinner was the culmination of the NZPI’s national conference and recognised winners from Christchurch, Auckland, Waikato, Waitomo and the Bay of Plenty. NZPI Awards Chair, Andrew Willis says the awards celebrate the important role of the planning profession in the community and highlight the best of the best from around the country. Hamilton based Bloxam, Burnett and Olliver and the New Zealand Transport Agency won both the Nancy Northcroft Supreme Best Practice Award and the Best Practice Award for District and Regional Planning for its work on the Huntly Section of the Waikato Expressway.

 

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