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NSW Labor re-commits to $3.5 million upgrade to Crookwell District Hospital
Shocking new imagery of sharks hooked on Queensland Government drum lines
Schools take a stand against bullying
Illicit drug offenders decrease for second year
Preschool programs reach most Australian children
Record visitor spend and further sustainable growth in tourism
Total international travellers pass 14 million
Net migration provisionally at 58,400
Canada supports services for child victims of crime in Québec City Region
People less likely to live in couple families with kids
Greens reveal welcome plan to put more money where our mouth is
Guest nights flat in January
Can a virtual assistant keep you healthy?
Butter prices go into meltdown
UK exports grow faster than top competitors
Lending to households falls 2.4 per cent
Secondary jobs top one million
KiwiSaver nest eggs grow $5,000 in three years
March 11 Ordinary Council Meeting notes
Steady growth in retail card spending
Buy Local Policy delivering for Tasmanian businesses
Statement from Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility Carla
Coalition’s record levels of renewable generation exposes Labor’s reckless policy
Public schools denied fair funding despite soaring enrolments
AgForce’s first female General President pays tribute to women in ag
Time to close retirement savings gap
International Women’s Day 2019 Time to close retirement savings gap
More girls than boys staying in school
Queensland leads way in support for female researchers
Innovative Esperance producer receives 2019 WA Rural Womens Award
Researchers develop frontline suicide prevention strategy for rural and remote
Canada reaches lowest poverty rate in history
Meat and dairy up in December
Auckland’s commercial construction drives growth
Women are at least 12 years from financial equality
Rate of child protection services continues to rise
Education Secretary warns universities over dropout rates
Funding for public schools must come first
Redefining Aussie Expat Woman in 2019
January Figures Show a Softer than Expected Retail Trade
Retail turnover rises 0.1 per cent in January
Malaria research leader supports STEM stars of future
Quiet December quarter for wholesale trade
Aspirin and similar drug use linked to lower endometrial cancer risk in overweight women
Home Secretary meets senior police officers to discuss violent crime
Workless households fall by over a million since 2010
Excessive workload taking its toll on school teachers
Victoria’s Economy Continues To Deliver