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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
EPA’s Latest Heavy-duty Vehicle Standards
Two new Monetary Policy Committee members appointed – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
Government’s Annual Wage Review Submission 28 March
Spendour in the Grass cancellation shows need for urgent festival funding
Housing crisis keeping inflation rate above target while civil construction keeps economy afloat
Budget Policy Statement Still Missing In Action
Lifting economy through science, tertiary sectors
Monthly CPI indicator rose 3.4 per cent in the year to February 2024
Government Announces Budget Priorities
Community And Connection At Heart Of Kingston’s Budget
Boyce Asks What HECS Is Going On
Consumer Confidence: Slight Rise
Not ‘egg-cellent’ news – consumers face higher chocolate prices heading into Easter
Keeping Territory Rego Costs As Low As Possible
Improving how we measure inflationary heat in the labour market – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
Greens Bill Will Make Cost-of-living Crisis Worse
RBA Reform Legislation
GDP decline reinforces Government’s fiscal plan
Increasing minimum wage would not drive inflation up: new report
Inflation and migration: Theory, evidence, and implications for the Monetary Policy Committee – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
Retailers Welcome March Cash Rate Pause
Statement by the Reserve Bank Board: Monetary Policy Decision
Greens to introduce divestiture legislation for power to break up supermarkets
Changes To Great Walk Prices And DOC Discount Policies
Consumer confidence: inflation expectations decline to a two-year low
Strong EPA powers welcomed, meeting clear gaps in our environmental laws
Opinion piece: Inflation fight vital but Budget also plans for future
Lines Drawn On Major Issues Facing Tasmanian Electorate
HCF research reveals 4 in 5 pet owners worry about soaring pet care costs
Jim Chalmers warns budget revenue upgrades will be modest but flags expected surplus
Libs To Provide Massive Funding Boost To Community Services Industry
Fresh produce price drop welcome
South Australian farmers looking to year ahead with increasing optimism
Household spending falls in February despite the Taylor effect
Westbridge Diversified Fund No.4 acquires multi-tenanted retail asset
Higher NYS minimum wage would boost spending, create jobs
Consumer confidence: inflation expectations settle lower
Coalition Government completes 100-day plan
Economic Bulletin February 2024
Senator Hon Katy Gallagher TV Interview – Sunrise
The Government must address low productivity as National Accounts show economy going backwards in per capita terms
Consumer Confidence Hits 2024 Low