THE Queensland Resources Council (QRC) is urging jobseekers on the hunt for a new career in 2019 to consider the lucrative options in the resources sector.

QRC chief executive Ian Macfarlane said the Queensland resources sector had been one of the state’s most important job creators in 2018, creating new opportunities especially in regional areas.

“The new year is a time when many people reflect on their career. Anyone looking for a well-paid, rewarding and long-term job in 2019 need look no further than the resources sector,” Mr Macfarlane said.

“The opportunities are there for the taking. There are currently about 800 vacancies in the energy and resources sector advertised online.

“Those jobs are spread right across our state, from the far north, to the west, to the south east corner.

“Many of the jobs are in our regional communities like Townsville, Mackay, Rockhampton and Toowoomba, meaning there’s opportunities for people who want a rewarding career closer to their home town.

“We want to continue to deliver the benefits that power our state and put money in the bank for all Queenslanders. To do that, the resources sector needs more workers with all types of skills.

“The Queensland resources sector is a consistent performer for the state’s economy. The most recent ABS figures showed that for the November quarter, resources jobs were up 20 percent on the previous year.

“Continued investment in new resources projects and new exploration will be essential to help Queensland bring down its unemployment rate, which is currently the second highest in Australia.

“The resources sector will keep doing the heavy lifting for the Queensland economy, and will continue to deliver for all Queenslanders through $5 billion in royalty taxes and through regional investment.

“We look forward to welcoming new workers in the resources sector in 2019.”

www.qrc.org.au

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THE Australian Retailers Association (ARA) is pleased to announce its recent partnership with the Hair and Beauty Industry Association (HBIA).

The alliance between the two associations has commenced to strengthen the relationship between the retail, and hair and beauty services sectors.

With operations spanning over 85 years, the HBIA is the peak consultative body for the hairdressing and beauty industry. Representing a $5 billion-dollar sector that employs over 84,871 specialists across the country, the HBIA advocates on behalf of members at State and Federal Government levels and the association is a major supporter of training boards.

Russell Zimmerman, executive director of the ARA, said the affiliation between the two associations would lead to many prosperous ventures for their respective memberships and assist in propelling both industries into the future.

“This is an exciting opportunity for both the ARA and the HBIA to enhance support for all members and add further value to the current services provided to ARA and  HBIA members,” Mr Zimmerman said.

“As the ARA is Australia’s largest retail association, representing the country’s $310 billion-dollar sector, which employs more than 1.2 million people, we believe this partnership will be highly beneficial for both ARA and HBIA members and will lead both associations into new and exciting areas.”

The partnership will bring together both associations to provide HBIA members with enhanced information on employment law and compliance, as well as providing additional training and support for members with dedicated HBIA advice hotlines, member e-newsletters, and online resources including fact sheets and wage rates.

Andrew Woodward, president of the HBIA, believes this affiliation with the ARA will assist the association in amplifying the industry’s voice, as they continue to advocate on issues that affect HBIA members.

“The partnership between the HBIA and the ARA will ensure that the HBIA has a stronger voice and lobbying ability with government on the matters that are of importance to the industry,” Mr Woodward said. 

“This new relationship will provide HBIA members with greater resources, services and value for their membership spend. The additional benefits which are now available to HBIA members are simply not available elsewhere.”

The HBIA currently offers a range of seminars and workshops that focus on key industry issues from training to employment matters. The HBIA will continue to play a pivotal role in handling training providers, product companies, salon operators, government bodies and the union to ensure the interests of the industry remain at the forefront of all negotiations.

“The partnership between the ARA and the HBIA will exist to advance the hair and beauty industry by advocating and lobbying on behalf of members, and encouraging additional provisions where required,” Mr Zimmerman said.

“The ARA will continue to be a proactive supporter of Australian retail through ensuring retail success by informing, protecting and educating our members. The ARA welcomes the HBIA and its members and looks forward to seeing what’s in store for the future.”


About the Australian Retailers Association

Founded in 1903, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) is Australia’s largest retail association, representing the country’s $310 billion sector, which employs more than 1.2 million people. As Australia’s leading retail peak industry body, the ARA is a strong pro-active advocate for Australian retail and works to ensure retail success by informing, protecting, advocating, educating and saving money for its 7,500 independent and national retail members throughout Australia. For more information, visit www.retail.org.au or call 1300 368 041.

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THE Queensland Resources Council (QRC) and the Queensland Mining and Energy Division of the CFMEU have made a joint submission to reject a Greens’ bill to ban coal mining in the Galilee Basin.

QRC chief executive Ian Macfarlane said the Galilee Basin (Coal Prohibition Bill) in the Federal Senate would cost jobs and would fail to have any impact on global demand for thermal coal.

“This Bill doesn’t stack up. It would be little more than an act of self-sabotage which would cost Queenslanders their jobs for no reason and for no reduction in the global use of coal,” Mr Macfarlane said.

“The global demand for coal is strong, and coal is forecast to remain at about 40 percent of total power generation in the Asia Pacific by the year 2040 under a scenario modelled by the International Energy Agency.

“If the Greens’ bid to ban coal in Queensland was successful that would simply mean the demand for coal would be met from other countries with lower quality coal, which would in turn lead to higher emissions.

“At the same time, a ban on coal mines in the Galilee Basin would come at the loss of an enormous economic opportunity for Central and North Queensland.

“Figures from the Office of the Chief Economist in Canberra show that if the six major coal projects in the Galilee Basin were to proceed that would support 18,275 jobs in construction.

“On top of that QRC estimates that even if just a quarter of the coal capacity in the Galilee was developed that would add up to $290 million in royalty taxes paid to the Queensland Government each year.

“The Queensland resources industry is responsible and advanced and makes best use of planning and technology to ensure long-term sustainability for the environment.

“The Greens’ Bill wants Queenslanders to give up our jobs and to give up on the economic prosperity of our state.

“This sort of anti-mining and anti-jobs talk is not surprising from the Greens. But the Queensland Resources Council is calling on both the Coalition and the ALP to clearly reject this Bill.”

CLICK HERE for the QRC/CFMEU submission.

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AS THE RETAIL industry sets its sights on the biggest trading day of the year, retailers across the country are anticipating a sizable trade this Boxing Day, with the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) predicting Australians to spend $2.5 billion over a mere 24 hours. 

With the ARA and Roy Morgan forecasting consumers to spend a total of $18.3 billion nationwide from December 26, 2018 to January 15, 2019, Boxing Day marks the beginning of the traditional post-Christmas sales period.

Russell Zimmerman, executive director of the ARA, said that while pre-Christmas sales provide a substantial boost to retailers, Boxing Day is a monumental event in the retail industry, with online and physical outlets preparing for this day in the months leading up to the festive season.

“The ARA and Roy Morgan’s combined annual research forecasted a 3.1 percent increase in post-Christmas sales and as Boxing Day signifies the commencement of the post-Christmas trading period, retailers across Australia are eager to welcome the day with open doors,” Mr Zimmerman said.

“Preceding our post-Christmas findings with Roy Morgan, the ARA’s analytics team have estimated Aussie shoppers will spend in excess of $2.5 billion this Boxing Day both in-store and online.”

With the South Australian (SA) Government finally legislating Boxing Day trade across all parts of the state, the ARA suspect SA retailers will notice an exponential growth in sales on the biggest trading day of the year.

“As a result of the newly-deregulated trading hours in SA, we predict South Australians to spend roughly $133 million, while front-runners New South Wales are projected to spend around $790 million on Boxing Day,” Mr Zimmerman said. 

“With retail trade expected to reach its peak on this day, bricks-and-mortar retailers should prepare their stores to accommodate for the extraordinary increase in foot-traffic. Likewise, online retailers should ensure their e-commerce and social platforms have the capacity to handle the 24-hour mayhem that arises through the influx in website traffic.”

As global and digital competitors continue to alter the local retail landscape, consumer preferences have changed drastically, turning to online platforms for convenience, leading savvy local retailers to modify their operations to compete in the market.

“While online customers will be rushing to add items to their shopping carts, physical retailers will be experiencing a high volume of customers dashing to the registers. In response to this, local retailers have equipped their stores with trained staff who will be delighted to assist customers to finalise their purchases,” Mr Zimmerman said.

“Importantly, consumers need to remember to be patient and co-operative with retail staff during this busy time, because at the end of the day retail workers are people too. Staff in retail stores are there to help and should not be made the target of bullying, abuse or harassment.

“With Boxing Day recognised as the biggest day of the year for retail discounts, sales will continue to thrive following December 26 and seep into the New Year, offering shoppers the perfect opportunity to secure a bargain.”

ARA Boxing Day 2018 sales predictions

December 26, 2018

 
Boxing Day 2018 Sales

State

 

2018 Boxing Day Sales Predictions

 

NSW

    

$790,168,573

 

VIC

 

$786,424,785

 

QLD

 

$409,787,630

 

SA

 

$133,418,600

 

WA

 

$216,972,216

 

TAS

 

$55,143,193

 

NT

 

$24,576,136

 

ACT

 

$51,608,998

 

NATIONAL

 

$2,468,100,127

 

 [ARA]

 

*Figures may not sum due to rounding*

ARA Roy Morgan Post-Christmas Sales Predictions

December 26 2018 - January 15 2018

 

2018 Post-Christmas Sales Growth by Category

Category

2017 Post-Christmas actual results ($mil)

2018 Post-Christmas sales forecast ($mil)

Predicted Growth

FOOD

7222

7498

3.8%

HH GOODS

3078

3146

2.2%

APPAREL

1384

1436

3.8%

DEPARTMENT STORES

1039

1043

0.4%

OTHER

2534

2608

2.9%

HOSPITALITY

2535

2614

3.1%

NATIONAL

17792

18346

3.1%

[ARA / ROY MORGAN]

 

2018 Post-Christmas Sales Growth by State

State

2017 Post-Christmas actual results ($mil)

2018 Post-Christmas sales forecast ($mil)

Predicted Growth

NSW

5735

5913

3.1%

VIC

4568

4820

5.5%

QLD

3541

3609

1.9%

SA

1177

1214

3.1%

WA

1918

1910

-0.4%

TAS

354

369

4.4%

NT

176

178

1.3%

ACT

323

334

3.4%

NATIONAL

17792

18346

3.1%

[ARA / ROY MORGAN] 

 

About the Australian Retailers Association:

Founded in 1903, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) is the retail industry’s peak representative body representing Australia’s $310 billion sector, which employs more than 1.2 million people. The ARA works to ensure retail success by informing, protecting, advocating, educating and saving money for its 7,500 independent and national retail members throughout Australia. For more information, visit www.retail.org.au or call 1300 368 041.

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A MAJOR Melbourne distribution company has collapsed on the eve of Christmas, with 120 workers left without a job and unsure whether the company has the ability to pay millions of dollars in unpaid entitlements.

Employees of Fastline Logistics in Derrimut, in Melbourne’s west, were called into a meeting half an hour before their shifts finished yesterday (Thursday December 20), with management informing them that the company had been placed into liquidation and that they should not come to work today. They were also informed that they would not be paid for their work this week.

Fastline’s website, which has now been shut down, previously bragged that the company was one of Australia’s leading third-party distribution services, specialising in distributing products for a range of retail brands and individual stores.

The Construction Forestry Maritime Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) this morning met with Fastline workers, which revealed that millions of dollars is owed to staff for entitlements including annual and long service leave, redundancy, notice periods, wages and superannuation.

CFMEU Textile Clothing Footwear national secretary Jenny Kruschel said the collapse would have a devastating impact on many workers.

“Many of these 120 workers have given years of loyal service to this company, yet they were given less than an hour’s notice that they no longer have a job, won’t be paid for their work this week, and are unlikely to receive the entitlements legally owed to them,” Ms Kruschel said.

“We are also investigating the recent stripping of major assets out of Fastline to another corporate entity, Global Fashion Service, which appears to be a deliberate attempt to leave only a shell behind that does not have the resources to pay the wages and entitlements of workers.

“For many workers, including loyal long-serving staff, this collapse is a devastating financial blow right on the eve of Christmas which will leave them in serious financial distress over the holiday period.

“Given many of the workers are migrants with English as a second language, finding alternate employment will be that much more challenging.”

The union said it had been forced to take action against Fastline earlier this year following revelations that superannuation was not being paid, recovering more than $600,000 for workers.

“Thankfully, our efforts to recover this money before the company collapsed provides one piece of positive news for workers, but it does highlight the fact that management appear to have been dipping into employee entitlements to keep the business afloat,” Ms Kruschel said.

“Now, with the company being liquidated and major assets already stripped out, workers appear unlikely to see most of the unpaid wages, leave, and other entitlement owed to them.”

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THE December edition of the Resources and Energy Quarterly reinforces the importance of stable policy settings to encourage ongoing investment in the resources sector.
 
Queensland Resources Council (QRC) chief executive Ian Macfarlane said the annual update of the project pipeline featured in this edition showed Queenslanders had reason to be optimistic about ongoing benefits from the sector.
 
“Queensland’s resources sector is one of the foundation stones of our state’s economy. It employs more than 316,000 Queenslanders across every city, town and regional community,” Mr Macfarlane said.
 
“It’s important for every Queenslander that we keep the resources sector strong.
 
“We should ensure Queensland has the best possible conditions to attract future investment and translate the state’s potential into more jobs and billions more in royalty taxes.
 
“Earlier this month, the return from resources royalty taxes was revised up to $5.1 billion in the Queensland budget.  The vast majority of those returns come from investments in both metallurgical and thermal coal projects.
 
“Without resources royalty taxes, this year’s Queensland budget would be in the red by about $4.6 billion.
 
“Queensland’s future investment prospects are spread across a range of commodities including our traditional powerhouse of coal, as well as prospects in rare earths and critical minerals. One example is the Queensland-based Sconi Project, which will produce cobalt, nickel and scandium.
 
“Queensland has world leading rehabilitation laws that ensure the resources sector can develop sustainably and in concert with other industries such as agriculture.
 
“We must ensure consistent and practical regulation, including stable royalty rates and the elimination of excessive red tape, to further cement the returns to Queensland from a strong and prosperous resources sector.
 
“Both State and Federal Governments must be crystal clear that there is no tolerance for frivolous or vexatious legal action designed solely to delay or disrupt lawful resources projects.
 
“All Queenslanders will benefit from the continuing strength in the resources sector, which pays for teachers, nurses and police, which builds schools, hospitals and roads, and which spreads economic benefits to city and regional communities.”

www.qrc.org.au

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THE Australian Retailers Association (ARA) and Roy Morgan believe Aussies will extend their spending into the summer months following the Christmas rush, with the ARA and Roy Morgan predicting consumers to spend $18.3 billion nationwide from December 26, 2018 to January 15, 2019. 

With the festive season igniting a shopping frenzy across Australia, the ARA and Roy Morgan forecast that Aussies will continue to prolong their post-Christmas spend into the New Year, contributing to a 3.1 percent year-on-year lift in sales.

Russell Zimmerman, executive director of the ARA, said the respectable growth is attributed to the post-Christmas trade bargains offered both in-store and online, as a vast amount of consumers will be on the lookout for the best deals.

“With Christmas being the peak season for trade, pre-Christmas sales have always been a busy time for retailers. However, post-Christmas sales are the opportune time for retailers to achieve their yearly sales targets prior to the New Year commencing,” Mr Zimmerman said.

“As the ‘Other retailing’ category is set to experience a 2.9 percent increase in growth over the post-Christmas period, the ARA and Roy Morgan foresee a large proportion of consumers heading online to take advantage of the generous discounts retailers have to offer.”

According the ARA and Roy Morgan, the Food and Apparel categories are each set to experience an impressive 3.8 percent growth throughout the post-Christmas trading period, with the ARA suspecting customers will be preparing their households and purchasing outfits to welcome in the New Year.

“With 2018 drawing to a close, Aussies will be stocking their fridges and purchasing new outfits ahead of the upcoming New Year festivities. As we ease into the summer months, we expect consumers will also be purchasing school uniforms as the kids head back to school,” Mr Zimmerman said.

“Across the states, the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales and South Australia are prospected to post marginal gains, as Aussies will be setting their sights towards getting their hands on a bargain prior to the commencement of the new retail season,” Mr Zimmerman said.

While post-Christmas sales in New South Wales are projected to collect a striking $5.9 billion, Victoria will recognise the strongest proportional growth, with the ARA and Roy Morgan anticipating a 5.5 percent increase from the previous year. Tasmania is also expected to receive significant growth with a 4.4 percent uptick on the previous year.

“Although New South Wales are dominating this year in terms of total spend, Victoria and Tasmania should prove to be fierce contenders in overall growth terms during the post-Christmas sales, which will hopefully translate well-into the New Year,” Mr Zimmerman said.

“While the Australian retail landscape has faced various challenges throughout the 2018 year, we anticipate our pre-Christmas and post-Christmas predictions will be fulfilled and reflected next year through the arrival of ABS trade figures for December and January.

"Each year, the ARA proudly partners with Roy Morgan to deliver the only professionally researched and comprehensive retail figures in the industry, with accurate and proven year-on-year results."

ARA Roy Morgan Post-Christmas Sales Predictions

December 26 2018 - January 15 2018
 

2018 Post-Christmas Sales Growth by Category

Category

2017 Post-Christmas actual results ($mil)

2018 Post-Christmas sales forecast ($mil)

Predicted Growth

FOOD

7222

7498

3.8%

HH GOODS

3078

3146

2.2%

APPAREL

1384

1436

3.8%

DEPARTMENT STORES

1039

1043

0.4%

OTHER

2534

2608

2.9%

HOSPITALITY

2535

2614

3.1%

NATIONAL

17792

18346

3.1%

[ARA / ROY MORGAN]

 

2018 Post-Christmas Sales Growth by State

State

2017 Post-Christmas actual results ($mil)

2018 Post-Christmas sales forecast ($mil)

Predicted Growth

NSW

5735

5913

3.1%

VIC

4568

4820

5.5%

QLD

3541

3609

1.9%

SA

1177

1214

3.1%

WA

1918

1910

-0.4%

TAS

354

369

4.4%

NT

176

178

1.3%

ACT

323

334

3.4%

NATIONAL

17792

18346

3.1%

[ARA / ROY MORGAN]

https://www.retail.org.au/christmas-predictions/

 

About the Australian Retailers Association:

Founded in 1903, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) is the retail industry’s peak representative body representing Australia’s $310 billion sector, which employs more than 1.2 million people. The ARA works to ensure retail success by informing, protecting, advocating, educating and saving money for its 7,500 independent and national retail members throughout Australia. For more information, visit www.retail.org.au or call 1300 368 041.

About Roy Morgan:

Roy Morgan is Australia’s best known and longest established market research company, with an unparalleled reputation for reliable, accurate, meaningful, revealing market research. Proudly independent, the company now operates globally.

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ENERGY Networks Australia has welcomed support from the COAG Energy Council for a national hydrogen strategy and a streamlined process to deliver a more connected electricity grid.

CEO Andrew Dillon said the COAG Energy Council direction to progress the Group 1 projects in the Australian Energy Market Operator’s Integrated System Plan was an important step towards delivering better flows of power across the National Electricity Market (NEM).

“Around the world, the logical response to growing levels of variable renewable generation is to have a more connected electricity system,” Mr Dillon said

“A more connected grid that links states will provide significant benefits to customers – better reliability and increased competition in the wholesale energy market.

“The overall savings to the electricity system from timely transmission investment have been estimated by AEMO to be about $1.2 billion – savings for customers off future power bills.”

Mr Dillon also welcomed the South Australia and New South Wales Memorandum of Understanding to progress a new electricity interconnector between the two states.

“This project will lower electricity prices in both states and improve security of power supply right across the NEM,” he said.

Another important decision of the COAG EC was the agreement to develop a national hydrogen strategy to progress options to decarbonise Australia’s gas networks and the development of a hydrogen export industry.

“Hydrogen is a fuel of the future and Australia is perfectly placed to benefit from its use to help decarbonise our gas sector,” he said.

About Enery Networks Australia

Energy Networks Australia represents Australia’s electricity transmission and distribution networks and gas distribution networks. Members provide energy to virtually every household and business in Australia.

 

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THE RECORD returns from the resources industry to the Queensland Budget show the importance of continued exploration and investment in new projects to keep the budget in the black, the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) said today.

QRC chief executive Ian Macfarlane today welcomed Treasurer Jackie Trad's budget update, showing record returns from coal royalty taxes.

“Queensland’s black coal is putting the Queensland budget in the black,” Mr Macfarlane said.

“Resources investment keeps Queensland’s economy firing on all cylinders and keeps the budget out of the red.

“Without resources royalty taxes, in particular from black coal, the budget surplus of $524 million would be a budget deficit of $4.6 billion.” (*see graph below)

Returns from coal royalty taxes are now at a new record of $4.26 billion, up more than $700 million on the $3.52 billion forecast in the budget. For the period to 2020-21, coal royalty taxes have been revised up by $1.8 billion. Overall, Queenslanders will receive a record $5.12 billion in royalty taxes from the entire resources sector in this financial year.

“This is no short-term sugar hit.  Our resources sector has a long-term future that will deliver benefits for Queenslanders now and for decades into the future," Mr Macfarlane said.

“The world needs our met coal, which builds modern cities, cars, homes and solar panels.

“The world needs our cleaner thermal coal, which burns more efficiently and with a lower ash content than coal from other nations.

“And the world needs our LNG and minerals such as bauxite and zinc.

“This record return from the resources industry equates to the annual salary of more than 71,000 beginning teachers or more than 70,000 first year constables or more than 72,000 registered nurses.

“It can build roads, school and hospitals and invest in regional infrastructure.

“But we can’t take this success for granted.  We must ensure an ongoing pipeline of resources projects, through stable regulation and stable royalty tax rates, and through ongoing exploration and development of new projects and new resource provinces including the North West Minerals Province and the Galilee Basin.

“While we welcome changes to the GST formula that recently went through the Federal Parliament with bipartisan support, the fact remains that Australia’s resources states are doing the heavy lifting.

“Queensland props up our southern neighbours who refuse to develop their resources and who keep their gas locked in the ground. The free ride can’t last forever.

“Queensland is a resources superpower.  We are proud of the role our resources sector plays in creating a stronger, more prosperous Queensland.

“Our sector employs more than 316,000 people, it creates 1 in every $5 for the state and it benefits 14,200 local businesses.

“Other states lock up their resources sectors to their own extreme disadvantage. Queensland will continue to show the way to develop a sustainable resources industry that delivers returns to landholders, to our towns and cities, and works hand-in-hand with other sectors such as agriculture and tourism.”

www.qrc.org.au

THE Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has welcomed a series of upgrades to an app, developed and operated by the GasFields Commission, but will remain vigilant to ensure there is action on possible future improvements to further strengthen the co-existence between the agriculture and gas industries.

QRC chief executive Ian Macfarlane said the app was a guidance for landholders when negotiating an agreement with a gas company.

“The development of the Queensland gas industry over the last 15 years has benefited from the partnership with agriculture industries and individual primary producers. Indeed, as the GasFields Commission itself has reported, more than $380 million has been paid to primary producers through agreements with gas companies,” he said.

According to the GasFields Commission Queensland Industry Snapshot, at the end of June 2017 there were 5,711 Conduct and Compensation Agreements in place, with $387 million paid to landholders in compensation. These agreements have been negotiated by gas companies with landholders to enable access, infrastructure and the extraction of gas.

Mr Macfarlane said QRC had worked with AgForce and the Queensland Government to secure upgrades to the GasApp due to reported confusion among landholders and project proponents over earlier versions of the app.

www.qrc.org.au

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THE Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) has commenced a review of the Telecommunication and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018.

The then Bill was passed by the Parliament on December 6, 2018, and the amendments made by that Bill were referred to the Committee by the Senate.

The Chair, Andrew Hastie MP, and the Deputy Chair, Anthony Byrne MP issued the following joint statement:

"The Committee reached bipartisan agreement in its report on the Assistance and Access Bill. This review will focus on the final Act as passed by the Parliament on December 6, 2018, with specific reference to Government amendments—including those made to effect the Committee’s bipartisan recommendations—made on that date. This further inquiry implements Recommendation 16 of the Committee’s report on the Assistance and Access Bill, for the Committee to complete a review of the new laws by April 3, 2019."

The Committee will accept submissions on any new matters arising with the passage of the Act, and will consider the need for further hearings as the inquiry progresses.

In addition to the current review, the Committee will again be required to review the new laws alongside its review of the data retention regime. That statutory review must be commenced by April 2019 and completed by April 2020.

Further information on the inquiry can be obtained from the Committee’s website.

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