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Labor Vows To Simplify Artist Income Over Years and Improve Funding to the Arts Sector

by Paul Cashmere

A Shorten Labor government plans to ease the pressure on irregular artist income by allowing artists to average their income over multiple years.

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Bill Shorten at The Espy photo by Noise11

Shorten Labor Government To Fund Regional Arts and Increase Arts Education

by Paul Cashmere

The Shorten Labor government has vowed to allocate funds for regional areas to improve Arts programs outside the major cities if successful this weekend at the Australian election.

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Tony Burke at the Labor Arts Launch at The espy photo by Noise11

Labor Promises Return to Support of Creative Industries After Election

by Paul Cashmere

The Australian Labor Party has promised to refocus attention to Creative Industries in the Arts and Entertainment if successful at this weekend’s election.

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