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Resources sector has plan to dig Queensland out of COVID-19 unemployment hole
Latest data shows jobs growth
More South Australians back in jobs
7.5% per cent unemployed, more than a million out of work for first time
Employment and hours worked rose in July
Average earnings rose in May as low paid jobs lost
Payroll jobs continue to fall in Victoria
Jobs and wages data shows Tasmania second worst state behind locked down Victoria
Payroll jobs continue to fall in Victoria
Countdown to Census
Countdown to Census
Pandemic Leave desperately needed with a quarter of South Aussie workers having no leave entitlement
Superannuation trustees compensate members wrongly classified as ‘smokers’
Data shows impact of bushfires and COVID-19 on tourism jobs
McLeish – DET caught out using decades old data to allocate funding
Data shows impact of bushfires and COVID-19 on tourism jobs
Home loan commitments partly recover in June
Home loan commitments partly recover in June
Protecting Indigenous bush foods and medicines against biopiracy
Retail sales rise 2.7 per cent in June
Retail Trade a show of steady confidence
ABS Retail Trade Figures for June show promise but Victoria’s false start will create an economic ‘reset’
Retail sales rise 2.7 per cent in June
Job Ads recovery slows
Everybody Needs a Home
Hidden homeless ‘need safe housing’
Victoria has lost 7.3% of all jobs in state since middle of March
Victorian tourism operators will need a special reboot to survive latest lockdown
ABS data reflects bleak reality of Victoria’s tourism industry
Dwelling approvals slide to an eight-year low in June
Support measures assist businesses
A New Agreement On Closing Gap
Support measures assist businesses
Dwelling approvals slide to an eight-year low in June
Trust in data privacy increases during pandemic
CPI fell 1.9 per cent in June 2020 quarter
ABS numbers tell Queensland power saving story
National Press Club Address – Kate Carnell
CPI fell 1.9 per cent in June 2020 quarter
Loss of payroll jobs greatest in Victoria
New jobs and wages data shows an alarming trend
WA leading nation in recovery of jobs during COVID-19
Loss of payroll jobs greatest in Victoria
Record iron ore drives exports growth
Record iron ore drives exports growth
Preliminary Retail turnover up 2.4% in June
Deaths slightly higher than historical average in April
ABS Preliminary Retail Trade Figures for June boosted by stimulus spending