SEQ high growth suburbs receive less than a third of inner city dwellers


Queensland's fastest-growing regions in the south-east corner are being “unfairly” underfunded at the expense of north Queensland, an economist’s analysis of the state government's 2017-18 budget shows. Economist Gene Tunny, a former Commonwealth Treasury economist who now runs the Queensland Economy Watch website, examined where the money was being spent in the 2017-18 budget. Mr Tunny found the government spending difference between north and south-east Queensland to be “excessive”.

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September 26, 2019

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