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$50 weekly public transport cap starts Monday
RBA Governor acknowledges benefits of an increase in Newstart, as a way to strengthen a slowing economy
Retail Bodies Renew Call for Greater Enforcement Against Illegal Tobacco as Report Shows Illegal Trade Still at 14%
Expansive NSW Budget reinforces need for fresh dialogue on tax reform
Latest cash rate forecasts from CBA
Super funds on brink of a record-breaking run
Consumer confidence goes sideways
Government offers 2.35% p.a. pay rise for state’s teachers and an extra $13 million for more than 200 highly accomplished…
Reserve Bank should have waited to cut rate
How rate cuts impact housing sentiment
Reserve Bank changes help to meet public expectations
Interest rate cut to assist with kickstarting consumer spending
Consumer confidence takes a break
Rates cut to emergency levels under Morrison’s failed economics
Six key lessons from recent property downturn
Seniors need better than budget ‘status quo’
RBA’s likely rate cut is overdue, but there’s another cash boost in play
Shadow RBA in favour of rate cut
Regional Qld power bills to fall again
Annual Wage Increase 2019
Ombudsman respects independent minimum wage decision
Effects of substantial 3% Minimum wage increase “remain to be seen”
FWC points to slower economic growth and low inflation in awarding more modest minimum wage increase than last year
Final water and sewerage prices for Broken Hill
Review of water management charges deferred
Commission releases draft decision on local electricity lines revenue
Artprice: Hong Kong Drives Contemporary Art Market
NSW Valuer General’s final prices for valuation services to councils
Consumer confidence increases further
Does RBA really need to cut rates further?
IPART releases final decisions on Central Coast water prices
UniSuper picks up three Chant West Awards
Official Cash Rate unchanged at 1.75 percent
Growing medical workforce increases competition, study finds
April gains propel funds closer to another positive financial year
Ai Group argues for 2% wage increase at today’s Annual Wage Review final consultations
Confidence drops on RBA and trade
Shorten’s tax policy to shrink economy
Responsible financial management results in lowest increase in household bills in 13 years
McGowan Government delivers WA an official budget surplus
New figures reveal large funding and resource gaps between public and private schools in Bass
Official Cash Rate reduced to 1.5 percent
NT public school students suffer under Morrison Govt’s public school funding cuts
Morrison’s failed policies stall economy
Why banks won’t pass on next rate cut
Reserve Bank of Australia announces interest rate decision
Consumer confidence consolidates
ANZ Job Ads: Possible stabilisation in Job Ads