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Labor Deletes Negative Gearing Policy
UK economy delivering record employment
Statistics show success and further studies after school
Funding for Research Prevention to Eradicate Domestic and Family Violence
Sixth fatal shooting in six weeks
Swinburne and Microsoft employability pilot
Minister must step in and address Illawarra hospitals crisis
Toowoomba: have your say on sexual violence prevention
Noosa residents and SMEs now have local data at their fingertips
International guest nights dip in February
Canada supports LGBTQ2 survivors of gender-based violence in Saskatoon
New Report on Maternity finds drop in teenage pregnancies
WHO’s world health stats separated by gender for first time
ONS funding boost for measuring new economy
Lower fuel spending dents retail card sales
Visitor numbers from China fall short of last year’s record
Net migration provisionally at 61,600
Rockhampton: have your say on sexual violence prevention
Hiring additional police can reduce Crime
Brunch at home takes bigger bite out of wallet
New approach for rent measurement a world first
Canadian Forces Military Police report initial results from Sexual Assault Review Program
And Labor lies continue
Stats NZ releases letter to Governance and Administration Select Committee
Screen contractors move centre stage
Oz-first PrepLs 10K Queenslanders into driver’s seat
Screen production cools
Census isn’t adding up, what’s Stats NZ hiding?
Private sector employers report second year of gender pay gap data
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada releases report on M-100 consultations
Proof is in black and white figures as Hodgman and Ferguson continue to deny health crisis
Health Dashboard update
Drought continues to impact Australian wool production
Townsville: have your say on sexual violence prevention
Crucial health statistics must be released today
Four days and counting as Jaensch deliberately keeps Tasmania in dark on housing
Maths whiz solves 48-year-old multiplication problem
February retail figures suggest rising consumer confidence
Businesses and charities urged to take action to prevent cyber attacks
Kings Park celebrated in Vogue
Tasmania’s exports at record high
7.3 million migrants call Australia home
More Support For Thousands Of Sexual Assault Survivors
$7M research funding to pilot new models of care for brain disorders in Australia
Quantitative Brokers brings award winning agency algorithms and multi-broker transaction
Bendigo Urologist, Dr Rohan Hall, sharing important information on men’s health
Jaensch – again – doesn’t want Tasmanians to know extent of housing crisis
$324 billion reasons PRRT is a joke