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2014/07/22 05:24
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Health insurance could be one factor driving inflation in the second quarter. Photo: Nic Walker The Australian Bureau of Statistics will publish its quarterly inflation update on Wednesday, with...
2014/07/22 05:24
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2014/07/22 00:55
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A leading German researcher has called on local community groups to combat the rampant domestic violence in rural areas. RESEARCHER: Dr Angelika Henschel lectured at Coledale Community Centre last...
2014/07/21 22:30
2014/07/21 22:30
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THE Australian dollar has drifted lower overnight as investors await inflation data and comments from Reserve Bank officials. At 0630 AEST on Tuesday, the local currency was trading at 93.77 US...
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2014/07/21 21:55
2014/07/21 21:55
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The Melbourne Economic Forum released a renewed warning yesterday that real incomes in Australia will continue to fall without dramatic productivity increases. It found that: “If Australians were to...
2014/07/21 18:22
2014/07/21 18:22
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Dubbo's total population will grow by just 15.6 per cent by 2031, according to the latest projections released by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment. Dubbo's total population will grow by...
2014/07/21 14:46
2014/07/21 14:46
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The national unemployment rate rose from 5.9 per cent to 6 per cent in June. The unemployment rate in the ACT fell from 3.7 per cent to 3.6 per cent in June, despite increasing nationally, making...
2014/07/21 10:08
2014/07/21 10:08
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Image: Michael Taylor, Getty Images SYDNEY — So you've scored the dream. A sweet little gig from the comforts of your living room. This is all fantastic, until you start talking to the chair. Human...
2014/07/20 23:55
2014/07/20 23:55
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... company I started with is fundamentally different to the company I work for now,” said John Rice, the Vice Chairman of GE, at the B20 conference in Sydney last week. Rice’s description of GE’s...
2014/07/20 22:12
2014/07/20 22:12
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Two high-profile Sydney University scientists have been cleared of misconduct over a controversial research paper challenging the idea that sugar is a unique contributor to Australia's obesity...
2014/07/20 12:04
2014/07/20 12:04
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THE South Australian economy is performing far better than perceptions of a downturn suggest, but the state needs population growth to boom again, an expert report says. Chris Richardson, from...
2014/07/17 06:45
2014/07/17 06:45
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And, according to the study commissioned by Google Australia and undertaken by Deloitte Access Economics, Australian companies that prioritise collaboration are five times more likely to experience a...
2014/07/17 05:06
2014/07/17 05:06
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TWO years ago, 25-year old Jamie Green found himself sleeping rough on friends’ couches and on the floor of his floundering cafe. Now he’s running a fledgling social enterprise and giving something...
2014/07/16 20:23
2014/07/16 20:23
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INDIGENOUS Australians have a median age of just 21 years, compared with 38 years for non-indigenous people, new figures from the greatly-expanded 2011 Census revealed on Tuesday. The Australian...
2014/07/16 07:29
2014/07/16 07:29
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A $100 MILLION apartment tower has been approved for Docklands as new data show Victorian housing construction is booming. The Napthine Government has given the green light to a 30-storey building...
2014/07/15 19:28
2014/07/15 19:28
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Fourteen years after the last major hotel opened in Sydney’s center, 42 developers are competing to turn two 100-year-old government office buildings into accommodations as demand soars. Elsewhere in...
2014/07/15 12:30
2014/07/15 12:30
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South Australia's criminal record has, traditionally, been defined by its history. Unlike other mainland states, SA was not settled by convicts. Colonial promoter Edward Gibbon Wakefield conceived...
2014/07/15 08:29
2014/07/15 08:29
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QUEENSLAND'S police commissioner must stop publicly backing the government's law and order agenda, a top civil libertarian says. TERRY O'Gorman has attacked Police Commissioner Ian Stewart for...
2014/07/15 06:45
2014/07/15 06:45
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The essence of the articles was that the welfare system is funded courtesy of today and tomorrow’s tax payer. There is no government ‘social security fund’ set aside from which welfare is paid. With...
2014/07/14 21:20
2014/07/14 21:20
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PLEASE note this statement from the Bureau of Statistics: “105,000 people homeless on Census night 2011. PLEASE note this statement from the Bureau of Statistics: “105,000 people homeless on Census...
2014/07/14 20:53
2014/07/14 20:53
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Housing finance data analysis The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released housing finance data for May 2014 late last week, with the data showing owner-occupier housing finance commitments...
2014/07/22 05:24
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