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Premier Gladys Berejiklian says a $250 million jobs program is her answer to the “frustrated” call of businesses from Queensland and Victoria, unhappy with their own governments.Premier Gladys Berejiklian says a $250 million jobs program is her answer to the “frustrated” call of businesses from Queensland and Victoria, unhappy with their own governments.

NSW wants to lure Victorian employers north of the border and business groups say the Berejiklian government may get some takers.NSW wants to lure Victorian employers north of the border and business groups say the Berejiklian government may get some takers.

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The NSW government plans to entice domestic and international business to the state with payroll tax relief as part of a new $250 million jobs program. NSW Pr...The NSW government plans to entice domestic and international business to the state with payroll tax relief as part of a new $250 million jobs program. NSW Pr...

NSW Premier announces $250m jobs program | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader | St George, NSW

The NSW Premier says she doesn't have to poach interstate businesses as she offers up slashed payroll taxes, free office space and faster planning approvals.The NSW Premier says she doesn't have to poach interstate businesses as she offers up slashed payroll taxes, free office space and faster planning approvals.

Australian Financial Review

Businesses will pay zero payroll tax on some new jobs under a new NSW government scheme designed to lure companies from Brisbane and elsewhere to relocate in the state. Businesses will pay zero payroll tax on some new jobs under a new NSW government scheme designed to lure companies from Brisbane and elsewhere to relocate in the state.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announces payroll tax cuts scheme