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Australia NSW Labor dealing with cashflow issue

03:35  22 october  2019
03:35  22 october  2019 Source:

SA Labor vows to reverse privatisation

  SA Labor vows to reverse privatisation The South Australian opposition has vowed to overturn the government's privatisation of public transport.Under the plan, Labor would establish an inquiry to examine the privatisation contracts before terminating the deals and returning the networks to public ownership.

Cashflow is consistently cited as one of the biggest challenges facing SMEs and advice about what to do about it abounds. But, have you ever stopped to consider how to be about it? Business conversations. What typically happens for SMEs when cashflow problems occur is this.

As a private label business grows bigger, one of the inevitable struggles we must go through is keeping up with the constant demand for cash . The higher your sales, the bigger the amounts of cash you must pay to your suppliers for inventory.

An audit of the NSW Labor Party's finances has raised concerns about the impact of a $1 million legal bill, stemming from the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

The party has paid $700,000 to former general secretary Kaila Murnain, who has resigned over a political donations scandal.

Labor has also been forced to forfeit the $100,000 cash gift at the centre of the inquiry.

The auditor's report outlines a serious cashflow issue, triggering speculation it will be forced to find new ways to bolster party coffers, according to The Australian newspaper.

Greens senator lashes out at Labor's 'clean energy revolution' .
Greens Senator Nick McKim has hit out at Anthony Albanese’s push for a clean energy-driven jobs boom, telling Sky News that Labor needs to focus on a “policy that actually reflects and responds to that climate science” instead. The Tasmanian senator’s comments come as Labor leader Anthony Albanese prepares to deliver a speech in Perth on Tuesday, where he will push the case for a 'clean energy revolution' that promotes job creation, without jeopardising traditional industries like coal.Despite Anthony Albanese’s first vision statement as opposition leader, Mr McKim said “there’s not a lot to see here” from Labor.

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