The Tribunal is established under the Salaries and Allowances Act 1975, and has the responsibility for both determining and recommending rates of remuneration for the Governor, Members of Parliament, Judges, Magistrates, the Parliamentary Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission, Clerks of the Parliament, Commissioners of the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission, Local Government CEOs, Local Government Elected Members, Members of the Special Division of the Public Service and Prescribed Office Holders.
The entitlements of Former Premiers, Ministers and Members of Parliament are also determined by the Tribunal.
30 June 2017
The Tribunal has varied the Determination for Special Division and Prescribed Office Holders to reflect Machinery of Government changes that take effect on 1 July 2017.
20 June 2017
The Tribunal issued a Determination in relation to Clerks of the Parliament, Special Division and Prescribed Office Holders. The Tribunal resolved that there should be no change to remuneration currently provided for these office holders. Media Release.
31 May 2017
The Tribunal issued a:
18 May 2017
The Tribunal varied its Determination on Members of Parliament to prevent Ministers and certain officeholders from accessing the Motor Vehicle Allowance. Variation: 18 May 2017 - Transport Allowance
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