2014 Autumn Repeal Day
The Australian Government has a plan to cut $1 billion in red tape every year. As part of that plan, there will be two parliamentary repeal days every year to cut unnecessary and costly legislation and regulation. The first repeal day was in the House of Representatives on Wednesday 26 March.
Welcome from the Prime Minister
New Guide to Regulation
The Australian Government’s new Guide to Regulation has been written to help change the way policy makers think about regulation. The goal is to help make better regulation, not more regulation.
You can download your copy in HTML, PDF or DOC format below.
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Track our progress
Deregulatory savings over the year to date. Last updated on 19 March 2014. The Government will report net progress against the $1 billion target, including any measures that had a regulatory impact, at the end of the calendar year
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