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Sydney Morning Herald
Census 2016 reveals a smarter, more professional Sydneyrates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the popul
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 minutes ago
rates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the population is also having an effect on the way Australians work with a 22.2 per cent increase in the number of aged and disabled carers between 2011 and 2016). The most... Read more
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The Age
Census 2016 reveals a smarter, more professional Sydneyrates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the popul
The Age / Posted 17 minutes ago
rates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the population is also having an effect on the way Australians work with a 22.2 per cent increase in the number of aged and disabled carers between 2011 and 2016). The most... Read more
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Daily Mail
Sharp eyed Reddit user notices Netflix Photoshop failThe secret Netflix codes you can use to unlock...Is Sean Penn a marked man? Exp
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
The secret Netflix codes you can use to unlock...Is Sean Penn a marked man? Explosive El Chapo documentary...Revealed: Australians are binge-watching Netflix series...Netflix plans to invest $8BILLION into original content over... Share this... Read more
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Daily Mail
Pregnant Rose Byrne goes make-up free as she shows off her baby bumpRocco, 20 months, with actor Bobby Cannavale, 47 (pictured in the West Village
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
Rocco, 20 months, with actor Bobby Cannavale, 47 (pictured in the West Village on Friday) 'My parents are very no-nonsense Australians, they don't like fanfare or fussiness. They're incredibly self sufficient. I hope I'm like them in those... Read more
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Canberra Times
Letters to the Editor: Two Americans in distress praise goodness of Canberransthe goodness and caring of the Australian people, especially those in Canberra.
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
the goodness and caring of the Australian people, especially those in Canberra. I only hope that Americans are as kind to Australians when they visit America. Mary Cay and Donald Hahn, Crest Hill, Illinois, USA Progressive side I was wondering... Read more
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Canberra Times
West just a postscript in a tale of three citiesaligned to any political party ("GetUp! to fight claims it is a Labor proxy", O
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
aligned to any political party ("GetUp! to fight claims it is a Labor proxy", October 23). Their campaigns empower ordinary Australians to make a difference in achieving a fair and flourishing society. It would indeed be a sad day for democracy if... Read more
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Canberra Times
Census 2016 reveals a smarter, more professional Sydneyrates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the popul
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
rates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the population is also having an effect on the way Australians work with a 22.2 per cent increase in the number of aged and disabled carers between 2011 and 2016). The most... Read more
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Canberra Times
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers a job surge the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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Canberra Times
Treasurer Scott Morrison says company tax cuts urgent as he prepares to unveil a new wave of reformprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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The Courier Mail
This cost our economy $17 billionin tax receipts. Ms Morgan said if the Federal Government wanted more people i
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
in tax receipts. Ms Morgan said if the Federal Government wanted more people in work, it should look at the thousands of Australians who had to quit their jobs and education to fight an eating disorder or care for someone who was. The cost of... Read more
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Manning River Times
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers job surgethe same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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The North West Star
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers job surgethe same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Magda nails SSM debate in nutshellstraight people." #qanda Marriage equality takes from no one. Will make profou
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
straight people." #qanda Marriage equality takes from no one. Will make profound difference to lives & dignity of LGBTI Australians, their family & friends #QandA “Believe me, this is coming on the tail end of the oppressions that we’ve been... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Census shows slight rise in public transportin full-time work were also twice as likely to do at least 15 hours of domestic
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 hours ago
in full-time work were also twice as likely to do at least 15 hours of domestic work. The data also showed that Australians are upskilling like never before as they gain post-school qualifications in record numbers. More than half the... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Turnbull 'determined' to address NBN issuescame as the man responsible for the national rollout blamed a 'land grab' by in
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 hours ago
came as the man responsible for the national rollout blamed a 'land grab' by internet retailers for the one-in-four Australians unhappy with the speed of their fast broadband connection. 'As the network expands, you will always get more... Read more
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Adelaide Now
South Australia shouldn’t be sorry for its GST allocationrainy day. I reminded a colleague from WA recently that the massive resources
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 hours ago
rainy day. I reminded a colleague from WA recently that the massive resources extracted from that state belonged to all Australians, not just West Australians. The West Australians are now correctly reminding us of the same thing when it comes... Read more
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News.com.au
Magda nails SSM debate in nutshellstraight people." #qanda Marriage equality takes from no one. Will make profou
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
straight people." #qanda Marriage equality takes from no one. Will make profound difference to lives & dignity of LGBTI Australians, their family & friends #QandA “Believe me, this is coming on the tail end of the oppressions that we’ve been... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers job surgethe same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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The Age
West just a postscript in a tale of three citiesaligned to any political party ("GetUp! to fight claims it is a Labor proxy", O
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
aligned to any political party ("GetUp! to fight claims it is a Labor proxy", October 23). Their campaigns empower ordinary Australians to make a difference in achieving a fair and flourishing society. It would indeed be a sad day for democracy if... Read more
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The Age
Letters to the Editor: Two Americans in distress praise goodness of Canberransin Canberra. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox.
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
in Canberra. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. I only hope that Americans are as kind to Australians when they visit America. Mary Cay and Donald Hahn, Crest Hill, Illinois, USA Progressive side I was wondering... Read more
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The Age
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers a job surge the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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The Age
Census 2016 reveals a smarter, more professional Sydneyrates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the popul
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
rates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the population is also having an effect on the way Australians work with a 22.2 per cent increase in the number of aged and disabled carers between 2011 and 2016). The most... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Letters to the Editor: Two Americans in distress praise goodness of Canberransin Canberra. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
in Canberra. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. I only hope that Americans are as kind to Australians when they visit America. Mary Cay and Donald Hahn, Crest Hill, Illinois, USA Progressive side I was wondering... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
West just a postscript in a tale of three citiesaligned to any political party ("GetUp! to fight claims it is a Labor proxy", O
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
aligned to any political party ("GetUp! to fight claims it is a Labor proxy", October 23). Their campaigns empower ordinary Australians to make a difference in achieving a fair and flourishing society. It would indeed be a sad day for democracy if... Read more
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5h
Sydney Morning Herald
Census 2016 reveals a smarter, more professional Sydneyrates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the popul
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
rates of participation in the labour force by mothers. The ageing of the population is also having an effect on the way Australians work with a 22.2 per cent increase in the number of aged and disabled carers between 2011 and 2016). The most... Read more
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5h
Sydney Morning Herald
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers a job surge the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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Western Advocate
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers job surgethe same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
Western Advocate / Posted 5 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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Western Advocate
Company tax cuts 'urgent' as Morrison issues warningprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
Western Advocate / Posted 5 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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Manning River Times
Company tax cuts 'urgent' as Morrison issues warningprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
Manning River Times / Posted 5 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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Herald Sun
The ugly truth about the NBNAUSTRALIANS were once sold the dream of a super fast internet connection that w
Herald Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
AUSTRALIANS were once sold the dream of a super fast internet connection that would transform their lives and propel the country into a hi-tech future. But fast forward seven years and the massively expensive project has become a source of... Read more
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Herald Sun
The NBN crisis just got worse100 megabits per second download, and an upload speed of 40 megabits per second
Herald Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
100 megabits per second download, and an upload speed of 40 megabits per second. But, as Four Corners reports, like many Australians, they rarely get what they’re paying for. And NBN chief Bill Morrow’s message is blunt — if people want faster... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers job surgethe same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Company tax cuts 'urgent' as Morrison issues warningprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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The Border Mail
Company tax cuts 'urgent' as Morrison issues warningprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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The Border Mail
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers job surgethe same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Company tax cuts 'urgent' as Morrison issues warningprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers job surgethe same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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The Courier
Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers job surgethe same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the num
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
the same time, the economy-wide shift to part-time work is reflected in the number of average hours worked by Australians falling from 35.1 to 34.6 per week, with twice as many women working part time as men. Overall, you are more... Read more
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The Courier
Company tax cuts 'urgent' as Morrison issues warningprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Disgusting habit risks SA bushfire dangerHUNDREDS of South Australians are putting the state at fire risk by incorrectly
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 hours ago
HUNDREDS of South Australians are putting the state at fire risk by incorrectly disposing of cigarette butts, including flicking them from vehicles. The Environment Protection Authority has released updated figures for their Dob in a Litterer... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Company tax cuts 'urgent' as Morrison issues warningprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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The Age
Treasurer Scott Morrison says company tax cuts urgent as he prepares to unveil a new wave of reformprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Treasurer Scott Morrison says company tax cuts urgent as he prepares to unveil a new wave of reformprovided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bip
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
provided by early 1990s recession focussed the debate and compelled greater bipartisanship". "The price of a generation of Australians growing up without ever having known a recession is that reform comes more stubbornly and incrementally," Mr... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The NBN crisis just got worse100 megabits per second download, and an upload speed of 40 megabits per second
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 hours ago
100 megabits per second download, and an upload speed of 40 megabits per second. But, as Four Corners reports, like many Australians, they rarely get what they’re paying for. And NBN chief Bill Morrow’s message is blunt — if people want faster... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How your phone can help cure cancerSamantha Oakes, Garvan Institute DreamLab smart phone app for cancer research
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 hours ago
Samantha Oakes, Garvan Institute DreamLab smart phone app for cancer research To date more than 90,000 Australians with android phones have helped crunch 17.5 million calculations that have helped predict which treatments will... Read more
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The Courier
Shorten adviser quits amid blackface costume scandalthe union movement. I'm also more sure than ever before that a Shorten Labor go
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
the union movement. I'm also more sure than ever before that a Shorten Labor government will do great things for everyday Australians." Mr Michelson is a former ALP branch president and has been touted as a future federal candidate. His fall... Read more
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Perth Now
The NBN crisis just got worse100 megabits per second download, and an upload speed of 40 megabits per second
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
100 megabits per second download, and an upload speed of 40 megabits per second. But, as Four Corners reports, like many Australians, they rarely get what they’re paying for. And NBN chief Bill Morrow’s message is blunt — if people want faster... Read more
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Perth Now
How your phone can help cure cancerpower of individual smartphones into a supercomputer that can solve complex gen
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
power of individual smartphones into a supercomputer that can solve complex genomic problems. To date more than 90,000 Australians with android phones have helped crunch 17.5 million calculations that have helped predict which treatments will... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The former NBN boss says politics killed a once-in-a-lifetime chance to transform Australia's digital infrastructurewhich the NBN is building up on.” Four Corners reported that there is “no budg
Business Insider Australia / Posted 7 hours ago
which the NBN is building up on.” Four Corners reported that there is “no budget or commitment” for future upgrades for Australians stuck with inferior NBN performance. “MTM will be built but it will have to be ultimately upgraded at a cost of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The NBN crisis just got worse100 megabits per second download, and an upload speed of 40 megabits per second
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 hours ago
100 megabits per second download, and an upload speed of 40 megabits per second. But, as Four Corners reports, like many Australians, they rarely get what they’re paying for. And NBN chief Bill Morrow’s message is blunt — if people want faster... Read more
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