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2015/05/25 04:36
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WELL-HEELED older tree-changers are expected to breathe new life into the Northern Rivers region over the coming years. About 818 people are moving into Lismore, Byron Bay, the Richmond Valley,...
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2015/05/25 04:36
2015/05/25 04:36
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MEN in Tweed are getting paid about $15,000 a year more than women - that's 43% more. The average Tweed man earns about $49,400 and the average woman earns $34,500, based on local government area...
2015/05/25 03:05
2015/05/25 03:05
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Persistent weakness in non-mining capital expenditure apart from housing, and constraints on public sector infrastructure investment, are among the main reasons for the Reserve Bank of Australia's...
2015/05/24 22:36
2015/05/24 22:36
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MEN on the Northern Rivers area are getting paid about $11,000 a year more than women - that's 33% more. Out of data collected from local government areas in the region, Ballina recorded the highest...
2015/05/24 21:57
2015/05/24 21:57
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MEN in Coffs Harbour are getting paid about $13,000 a year more than women. Data collected from the Coffs Harbour local government area shows men are getting paid about 38% more than women, based on...
2015/05/24 15:55
2015/05/24 15:55
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As Sydney's 41 councils scramble to justify their existence, one is determined to take in its smaller neighbours, telling the judging body all councils should have at least 250,000 residents. New...
2015/05/24 14:46
2015/05/24 14:46
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News Lisa Ramsay with her children Jacob (7 yr2), and Heidi (6 yr1), concerned about the enrolment squeeze in Gungahlin. 14 May 2015 The Canberra Times Photo: Rohan Thomson Gungahlin's childhood...
2015/05/22 10:46
2015/05/22 10:46
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THE weaker Australian dollar has done nothing to dampen our wanderlust with a record number of Aussies heading overseas in the month of December. Australian Bureau of Statistics data released today...
2015/05/22 07:34
2015/05/22 07:34
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The media regularly brings the worst outcomes of young people’s drinking to our attention and points to a problematic drinking culture supposedly unique to young Australians. Little wonder [...]...
2015/05/22 03:34
2015/05/22 03:34
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QUEENSLAND treasurer Curtis Pitt believes upcoming Australian Bureau of Statistics figures will support his claim the state slipped into recession in the second half of 2014. BUT the state will see...
2015/05/22 03:34
2015/05/22 03:34
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ROCKHAMPTON'S Fiona Jones has had it up to her hair with the issue of wage inequality. Fiona, owner of Essential Cuts Hair Salon, has been a hairdresser for 31 years and said it was common for males...
2015/05/22 02:44
2015/05/22 02:44
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It’s over a week now since the Treasurer delivered his budget. Even before he finished reading his budget speech to Parliament, nearly every commentator was lining up to give their version of why it...
2015/05/21 03:26
2015/05/21 03:26
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Public servants in Federal Employment Department take industrial action over pay and conditions More than 100 public servants from Federal Employment Minister Eric Abetz's department have walked off...
2015/05/21 01:28
2015/05/21 01:28
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This fact sheet summarises information from the AIHW's online musculoskeletal compendium. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition mostly affecting the joints such as hips, knees and ankles. The...
2015/05/21 01:28
2015/05/21 01:28
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This fact sheet summarises information from the AIHW's online musculoskeletal compendium. Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic disease marked by inflammation of the joints, most often affecting the hand...
2015/05/20 22:57
2015/05/20 22:57
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CAFES and restaurants in NSW are enjoying stronger increases in turnover than anywhere else in the country. New national data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows an increase in turnover of...
2015/05/20 20:34
2015/05/20 20:34
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THE Rockhampton-Livingstone region will be home to more than 120,000 people by year's end if it continues its growth of the past decade. New Australian Bureau of Statistics data reveals the region is...
2015/05/20 17:05
2015/05/20 17:05
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Are you a laggard? No matter what th e latest technology, do you stay dedicated to old toys? When people see Jarred Pegg with his pager attached to his hip, they might think he's trying to make an...
2015/05/20 14:04
2015/05/20 14:04
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PROPERTY investors will require fatter deposits as banks continue their crackdown on investor lending. Bankwest is the latest financial institution to clamp down on investor lending for property and...
2015/05/20 13:50
2015/05/20 13:50
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Indigenous women’s rugby league team members at Allianz Stadium, Sydney. Photo: Barbara McGrady Up to 70 "Sistas and Aunties" sweated it out over many weeks during an Indigenous wellbeing program...
2015/05/25 04:36
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