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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
Sound Budget action needed after disappointing GDP increase
Resources exploration figures show need for investment certainty
Economy grew 0.2 per cent in December quarter
Additional year to deliver ambitious court reforms
Big Unions’ wish list a clear and present danger to Australian living standards
Current account deficit decreases to $7.2 billion
Living standards in decline for first time in decades
CensusAtSchool to inspire a new generation of curious minds
Dwelling approvals decline in January in trend terms
Specialists’ fees website must include Medicare and private health rebate information
Two-way trade with CPTPP countries nears $50 billion
Home consents hit 44-year high
Terms of trade slips on lower dairy prices
Decrease in defendants finalised by the courts
Business spending on R&D up more than half a billion dollars
Low income not always equal to low wealth
Record monthly trade deficit for January
New analysis of the Australian workforce from 2011 to 2016
New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland biggest water consumers in 2016-17
More high-strength beer available in 2018
Retail spending in pharmacies and hospitality boost December sales
Energy value increasing, households more efficient
Australian business counts increase for the fifth consecutive year
Continued Low Growth in Average Earnings
Crime rates lower than a decade ago