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New study maps financial ownership of more than $1 trillion of fossil fuel industry’s projected ‘stranded asset’ losses due
International trade statistics: trends in first quarter 2022
GDP Growth – First quarter of 2022, OECD
To protect vulnerable Australians from COVID this winter, we need pick up pace on third doses
Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology Gathered Aspirations to Recover Education by Leading Second EdWG G20 Meeting
Chancellor Rishi Sunak speech at CBI Annual Dinner
Fifty shades of teal
Election 2022 pledges on science and technology
Is using super to buy house good idea?
“Gold veins mined in city” A technology to realize ‘urban mining’
Numbers don’t lie: Australia is failing at maths and we need to find new formula to arrest decline
Background Press Call by Senior Administration Officials on U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council Meeting in Paris
Labor’s $1 Billion Investment in Advanced Manufacturing
Pathways towards sustainable food systems in times of crises
Call for proposals under Small Projects Fund 2022 to 2023 in Ukraine
Aged care: seven sustainable solutions to address funding shortfalls
Deindustrialization as fact and fiction
Unemployment Rates, OECD – Updated 12 May
Opening 1st TWG 2022, Menparekraf Optimistic Tourism & Creative Economy Sector Can Recover Global Economy
Composite Leading Indicators , OECD, May 2022
Planning kids? You should know major parties’ parental leave policies before you vote
Why are we forced to vote?
Treasury Starts Conversation to Reform UK Capital Allowance Regime
Better Future for Jobs in Tasmania
Tourism has potential to play major role in global pandemic recovery
ETU facts: taxes and federal election
Growth and economic well-being: Fourth quarter 2021, OECD
Consumer Prices, OECD – Updated 5 May
Secretary Blinken Keynote Remarks at 52nd Annual Conference on Americas Luncheon
IMF Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with Peru
Labor to Slash Cost of Medications for Millions of Australians
Put Aussies at centre of health policy: call from consumer health advocates
Focussed defence research funding agency crucial to safeguarding national security
OECD countries advancing slowly on sustainable development targets by 2030
Aid and Development Sector Welcomes Labor Pledge Of $525m to Pacific
Tim Costello: Labor’s Pacific pledge welcome, now Coalition must step up
Free undergraduate education to save universities and jobs: report
Employment situation, OECD, fourth quarter 2021
Australia 91% reliant on foreign oil: Research Report
Tiwi Islands offshore gas fight shows public banks are under real pressure over fossil fuel funding
New research into threat posed to climate change policies by rise of populist right
Submission to Committee on Rights of Child Review of Somalia
New OECD Data: Australia’s Contribution to Foreign Aid Remains Sluggish, Despite Growing Humanitarian Need
Covid research fund for future health planning
Covid assistance to developing countries lifts foreign aid in 2021 – OECD
Pandemic put university students’ study engagement to test and greatly increased burnout
Did Morrison government really prevent 40,000 COVID deaths?
Universal Public Early Child Education in Australia Would Pay For Itself: Research Report