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Opioids contribute to two thirds of drug-induced deaths
Every $1 spent on Census generates $6 to Australian economy latest research finds
Labour force figures for August: Employment reaches a new record high
Unemployment increases to 5.3% driven by sluggish domestic demand
Australia’s population grows by 1.6 per cent
Trend unemployment rate 5.3%
New statistics to inform Australia’s generation and management of waste
Property prices fell 0.7 per cent in June quarter 2019
Societe Generale Opts for Axefinance’s ACP Solution for Multi-entity Retail Lending Digitalization
Labor’s ‘double dipping’ disallowance motion should be rejected
Jobs growth continues in June quarter 2019
Rise in spirits, but total alcohol consumption steady
Hundreds of Tasmanian artists to benefit from latest funding round
More apprentices building Tasmania
Victoria Ahead Again On Key Economic Indicator
GDP falls to lowest point since 2009
Economy grew 0.5 per cent in June quarter
Australia’s first current account surplus in 44 years
Building approvals through roof
Weak Building Approvals Show Action is Needed Now
Outer suburbs have highest concentrations of children
Preschool programs reach most Australian children
Finance sector must address gender pay gap
Tasmania’s building and construction boom
Another strong year for building approvals in Fremantle
New report identifies factors associated with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people being out of labour force
ABS selects Census Privacy Impact Assessment provider
Millions jobless or looking for more work under Morrison
Growth in average wages increases
NZ remains leading destination for Aussie traveller
Robinvale’s true population is 7000-8800
Australian wages rise 0.6% in June quarter 2019
Tasmanian housing sector continues to build
1 in 4 employed people under 30 work multiple jobs
CPI rose 0.6 per cent in June quarter 2019
Hodgman Government must act on dire jobs figures
Motor vehicle registrations slow down
Regional Unemployment Falls To Record Low
Labour force figures for June: more Australians at work than ever before
Nearly 2 out of 3 people are participating in labour market
Melbourne Mum’s Safety Alarm for Walking After Dark
More households renting as home ownership falls
Sydney rental vacancies remain steady, while Illawarra sees greater fluctuation
Inequality continues to rise as wealthy households seize more wealth
Inequality stable since 2013–14
Average household wealth tops $1 million
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population projected to reach 1 million by 2028
New lending to households falls 1.3 per cent