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2014/07/29 13:05
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University graduates are having the toughest time finding jobs in two decades. The latest results of an annual graduate survey shows that of those looking for full-time work in 2013, a little more...
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2014/07/29 07:27
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Without Roma House, Michael Phillips would be living in a park. That’s the stark reality for Mr Phillips and many others who fall on hard times, with nearly 20,000 of Australia’s estimated 105,000...
2014/07/29 03:12
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Mental health advocate Jeff Kennett and former athlete Senator Nova Peris have unveiled a campaign to combat depression in the Indigenous community, saying racism is continuing to cause mental health...
2014/07/29 02:15
2014/07/29 02:15
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POLL: The federal government's tightening of the work for the dole program seems aimed more at punishing unemployed people than helping them, a welfare rights solicitor said. The federal government's...
2014/07/29 00:17
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A CALOUNDRA organisation that offers free, anonymous help to victims of identity theft received more than 700 calls in its first year. And managing director of iDcare, Dr David Lacey, is certain...
2014/07/28 08:05
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EXPERTS say 34 is the danger age when things can start to go awry as far as healthy weight goes. While no one should obsess about their body shape, a study has revealed that adults need to be wary of...
2014/07/28 07:29
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AFTER six weeks of rises, housing prices stalled last week. RP data's weekly calculation based on auction results showed prices were steady on average, but there were wide variations between the five...
2014/07/28 06:19
2014/07/28 06:19
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The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has developed a Web service or API, based on the Representational State Transfer (REST) architectural principle, that allows users to create their own...
2014/07/28 05:29
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SHOP owners bemoaning the post-Budget rise of the wary consumer can console themselves with the likelihood that conditions won’t be getting any worse. That’s the assessment in a quarterly index from...
2014/07/28 04:44
2014/07/28 04:44
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Be on guard for a veritable invasion of economic data this week! Whether that data is already ‘priced in’ the market is a question I’ll take up in a second. But the data alone should be worth the...
2014/07/28 03:42
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In October 2012, I gave a speech to an Australian Industry Group conference in Canberra, arguing that the public debate about industrial relations lacked any scientific or factual basis. I singled out...
2014/07/28 00:24
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Household debt is at a 25-year high, but regulators say risky loans haven't increased significantly. Central banks from Scandinavia to the UK to New Zealand are sounding the alarm about soaring...
2014/07/27 18:22
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Population projections released by a NSW government department are not all doom and gloom for small regional towns, according to the chairman of Regional Development Australia (Orana). POPULATION...
2014/07/27 14:55
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Sydney is poised to build a suite of new skate parks – but where they go and what they look like is up in the air. Sydney is poised to build a suite of new skate parks – but where they go and what...
2014/07/26 23:46
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Catherine Cervasio from Aromababy is targeting the Chinese market. Got your eye on exporting to China? A new arrangement between Australia Post and Alibaba Group's third-party platform, Tmall Global,...
2014/07/25 22:48
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MONDAY, July 28 Sydney 1230 AEST - Business Council of Australia president Catherine Livingstone speech at Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce lunch Sydney 1200 AEST - ANZ chairman David Gonski and...
2014/07/25 21:46
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Australians take out few fixed rate mortgages compared to markets overseas. Photo: Glenn Hunt The country's biggest banks may have slashed their fixed mortgage rates, but historically home buyers...
2014/07/25 11:12
2014/07/25 11:12
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UNEMPLOYMENT in Ballarat and Bendigo has risen almost two per cent, to a total of 6.8 per cent, over the past month, according to figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). UNEMPLOYMENT...
2014/07/25 07:55
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Prices, prices, prices In the coming week, various price indexes will take centre stage. On Thursday the Australian Bureau of Statistics will issue data on import and export prices for the June...
2014/07/24 20:27
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PEOPLE in Toowoomba are living longer with a declining death rate killing the funeral industry. The region's funeral directors have been forced to adapt as modern medical services and quality of life...
2014/07/29 13:05
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