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China’s Recovery Strategy Should Focus on Inclusive and Sustainable Growth: World Bank Report
Union campaign delivers continued income support
Auckland Council must avoid unnecessary and harmful cutbacks
Mass UNSW Job Cuts Devastating and Infuriating
Holden dealers accept General Motors compensation
Committee for Sydney responds to Federal Financial Relations Review
Federal Reserve Board releases results of stress tests for 2020 and additional sensitivity analyses conducted
Fall in job vacancies largest on record
Fall in job vacancies largest on record
Coalition MPs want to shove Australian workers
New Zealanders to brace for ACC levy increases
$143m taxpayer dollars spent but no new cells
Annual Wage Review Decision fails to meet needs of small businesses
Sally McManus tells CEDA workers need to lead recovery
Record run ends for consumer confidence
Federal Reserve Board announces that results from both its Dodd-Frank Act stress tests and related Comprehensive
National to scrap teacher registration fees
March quarter GDP – Ai Group comment
Green’s climate taxes risk economic recovery
Economy expected to improve but remain distressed
Youth will suffer most if our borders and economies open too slowly
Tasmania not in strong position to weather COVID-19 impact
Composite Leading Indicators , OECD, May 2020
Plan needed to get NZ out of recession and avoid $50,000 debt per household
Depth and length of coronavirus recession mount
COVID-19 impact: Gustavo Flores-Macías on economic, political consequences
We need to be 90% during COVID-19 pandemic
Council pays respect to former Mayor Madew
High jobless rates expected but improvement seen in 2nd half of 2020
Consumer confidence bounces
Australia sleepwalking to an even bigger financial disaster: $283 billion cost
Coronavirus and its impact on Australian property market