Budget

Businesses left wanting: What the federal budget means for Border residents

Layton Holley
Updated May 17 2024 - 2:56pm, first published May 15 2024 - 6:00pm
Border business adviser Thomas Leslie says the impending ban on live sheep exports could cause damage to Border farmers. File image
Border business adviser Thomas Leslie says the impending ban on live sheep exports could cause damage to Border farmers. File image

Energy bill relief, tax cuts and student loan subsidies were positives in an otherwise lacklustre federal budget for Border residents, an Albury business adviser says.

Subscribe now for unlimited access.

$0/

(min cost $0)

or signup to continue reading

See subscription options
Layton Holley

Layton Holley

Journalist

Layton is a journalist at The Border Mail. He is interested in profiles, features, and hard news. If you have a story please reach out to him at layton.holley@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Get the latest Wodonga news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.