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MidCoast Council Focusses On Financial Sustainability
Unemployment Data Shows Need For Government To Act Now
New Unemployment Figures Paint Bleak Picture
Living cost increase highest for Employee households
Opinion piece: Labor’s reforms to attract and de-risk more investment
Reforms to strengthen Australia’s foreign investment framework
Financial system robust to high interest rate environment – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
Consumer Confidence: Inflation Expectations Rise 30 April
Independent review into disability support services
Dwelling insurance pricing becoming more risk-based – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
Note From Andrew Cox
Draft Budget And Operational Plan On Exhibition
Labour taxes rise across OECD countries amid persistent inflation
Live: US Climate Action Summit
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Economist Chris Richardson on an ‘ugly’ inflation result and the coming budget
CPI Data Industry Comment
Annual Inflation Almost Halved Under Labor
CPI Rose 1.0% In March 2024 Quarter: Australia
Senator Hon Katy Gallagher TV Interview – Today Show
Consumer Confidence: Down To 2024 Low
Community at centre of Draft Budget preparations – East Gippsland
Record Breaking Start To 2024 For City Of Perth Economy
Supporting better financial outcomes for Kiwis
S&P Urges Labor To Rein In Unsustainable Debt
Mental Health Foundation facing staff cuts from Govt funding squeeze
More Victorians In Jobs Than Ever Before
Consultation opens for draft 2024/25 Budget and Council Plan Year 4 update
Exports To US To Continue Climbing
Australia Climbs To Second In Budget Management Ranking
Inflation data shows need for a plan on climate and population
Inflation coming down, but more work to do
Coles CEO Leah Weckert Opening Statement Senate Inquiry into Supermarket Prices
Consumer Confidence: Small Rise
Finding neutral: estimates of New Zealand’s nominal neutral interest rate – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
Majority say Australia does not need more people: TAPRI survey
Australian War Memorial welcomes findings of ANAO report
EVs Face Future Challenges Despite Increasing Uptake
New home starts sink to 11-year low
OCR 5.50% – Official Cash Rate remains unchanged – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
Awards set to recognise business success, innovation and resilience
NAB CEO speaks at Trans-Tasman Business Circle on the economy, scams & fraud and AI
Consumer confidence: inflation expectations at 2024 high
Opinion piece: Sustained support to help with the cost of living
More work needed if we are to build 1.2 million homes
Economic Bulletin March 2024
Fundraising For Vital Equipment
Consumer Confidence: Inflation Expectations Rise
Boosting workers’ pay will help Australians not just to get by, but to get ahead