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Good time to upgrade our tourism treasures
Liberals failing to build Tasmania out of recession
Digital Business Plan will help create jobs
Huge business jobs boost as more payroll tax relief announced
Victoria drags down nation in retail sales, as lockdown impact remains
Premier has head in sand over Tasmanian jobs
Worsening jobs data underlines need for jobs plan
New jobs data promising sign for Tasmania
Ray of hope in jobs data, but worse to come
Western Australia’s COVID-19 recovery on track with an increase of 32,200 jobs in August
More South Australians back in jobs 17 September
Government must stay course on JobKeeper and JobSeeker
Hours worked fell in Vic but rose in rest of Australia
New prisoners decreased by 17% for June Quarter 2020
Victorian Government must act to prevent pink collar recession: Greens
SA-ACT border opening not enough
Under-reporting of hearing impairment in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population linked to educational
Property prices fell 1.8 per cent in June quarter 2020
Recording an historic quarter for Australia’s economy
Rental vacancies ease as landlords and tenants respond to new “COVID-19 normal”
International education continuing to drive South Australia’s export growth
SA’s COVID-19 rebound continues with strong jobs growth
Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations provide comprehensive community-led solutions to deal with
Housing confidence strong, Liberal plan is working
Homebuilder continues to build confidence and support tradies’ jobs
HomeBuilder Starts To Lift Residential Building Loans
Payroll tax relief needed to help save Tasmanian jobs
932,000 jobs lost between March and June quarters
Home loan commitments rose sharply in July
WA leading Australia’s COVID-19 economic recovery
Slowing fall in Victorian payroll jobs
Queensland economy fighting back against COVID-19
Australian PBI: Business conditions slump again in August
Tasmanians supporting local businesses
ABS Retail Trade Figures for July continue to be driven by government stimulus
Retail turnover up 3.2% in July
Students with disability to increase by 50% within
Australia plunges into first recession in 30 years – but still no plan to support and create jobs
Economic activity fell 7.0 per cent in June quarter
New research highlights risk of COVID pandemic increasing inequality
Building approvals data highlights steady confidence
Record current account surplus for Australia
Dwelling approvals rise in July
Younger adults call capital cities home
Fears for fishing rights under NT Fisheries’ unjust merger
A third of businesses will face challenges paying bills
Payroll jobs data shows signs of steady recovery
New data underlines need for broader jobs support