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Dwelling approvals stable in March
COVID-19: One-third of households financially worse off
COVID-19: One-third of households financially worse off
CPI rose 0.3 per cent in March 2020 quarter
CPI rose 0.3 per cent in March 2020 quarter
Australia’s population: over 7.5 million born overseas
7.3 million migrants call Australia home 28 April
Preliminary Merchandise Trade rebounds in March
Preliminary Merchandise Trade rebounds in March
Preliminary Retail turnover rises 8.2 per cent in March
Preliminary Retail turnover rises 8.2 per cent in March
People under 20 experience largest drop in jobs
People under 20 experience largest drop in jobs
COVID-19 impacts on Australian households
COVID-19 impacts on Australian households
Hours worked steady before major COVID-19 restrictions
Latest jobs data
Researchers develop NSW COVID-19 hotspot database
Hours worked steady before major COVID-19 restrictions
Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, Feb 2020
Researchers develop NSW COVID-19 hotspot database
Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, Feb 2020
Retail turnover rises 0.5 per cent in February
Australian businesses report widespread impacts from COVID-19 in March
300,000 more people living in capital cities
Community urged to back local businesses during pandemic
ABS releases new Building Approvals “Story Map”
Preliminary Retail turnover rises 0.4 per cent in February
Older Australians working longer
It’s time to bridge super gender gap
More Growth For Minerals Exploration and Jobs
WA Liberal Leader’s economic errors undermining confidence in WA
Gutwein presides over negative growth
Men also have a ‘biological clock’ that affects IVF success: study
Disadvantage linked to experiences of assault
Students near 4 million, female teachers outnumber males
Partner violence in Australia: new analysis
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health survey shows mixed outcomes
Natural Gas Powers On
Median weekly earnings of employees rose 2.3% in 2019
Great results for Tasmanian retailers
Prisoner numbers remain stable in 2019
Migrants’ total income exceeds $112 billion in 2016-17
More than 6,500 same-sex marriages registered in 2018
Cost of living rising faster than wages under Liberals
Nine in ten young Australians engaged in work or study
Fewer people delaying seeing GPs
Two million employed in public sector in June 2019