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National Road Safety Week: Remember 1200 at 12pm
Figures show plantation area still declining, highlighting desperate need for growth policy
Childhood abuse increases risk of violence in adulthood
Ita Buttrose talks family connections – are you next in line to go blind?
College of Dental Medicine helping to ease Maine’s dentist shortage
Increase in global exports for UK stationery
Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level in Nearly 50 Years; U.S. Economy Adds 263,000 New Jobs in April
Dental profession says enough is enough
ABS appoints PwC Australia and Adecco Group Australia to deliver key 2021 Census services
NSW Custody Statistics Quarterly update March 2019
New tool compares household wealth
Marriage and divorce continue downward trend
Home Office publishes report on EU Settlement Scheme public beta test phase
Brisbane startup at cutting edge of energy transition technology
Report into Census debacle released
Lead way this National Road Safety Week
Drop in home transfers to overseas buyers
Auckland leads regional home consents
Tough talk fails to reduce crime rates in Northern Tasmania
Announcement: Gender equity research hub
Unemployment continues to fall, wages rise
Candle vigil starts Domestic and Family Violence Month
Unemployment rate edges down to 4.2 percent
Pancreatic cancer resource offers strength to patients and families
Vision Zero on Kings Highway
Quest to understand human society scientifically
Class privilege remains entrenched as social mobility stagnates
Footage released of dead marine life as shark nets removed from NSW beaches
Increased agricultural water use in 2017-18
Burglary taskforce will drive work to combat house break-ins
Digital graveyards: are dead taking over Facebook?
UK Garden and Pavilion unveiled at Beijing Expo 2019
Dairy giant Yili’s revenue likely to top RMB90 billion in 2019
Stats Minister confirms funding for Census fix
Future leader set to shake up financial services
Census delays are only thing adding up
Australians feel positive about their health literacy
Seven lives lost during Operation Go Slow
Labor’s dental pledge a much-needed step forward
2018 Census – real data about real people
How Stats NZ looks after your information
Beneficiaries hit hardest by price rises
Labor’s dental pledge a much-need step forward
Driver issued with 33 demerit points – Operation Go Slow
Almost 13 million Aussies risk heart disease: new data
Inexperienced drivers behaving irresponsibly on roads – Operation Go Slow
New Zealand First celebrates record high exports
End of 2018/2019 swim season