Latest recession News

Record Low Unemployment Continues For Tasmania
No Winners Under Labor
Poor GDP Data Worrying Prospect For Interest Rate Rises
Got 100 mates ready to holiday? Velocity drops unbelievable competition to spark new friendships
Minimum wage increase fails to erase post-pandemic losses
A bucket full of shiny things won’t displace a barrel full of pain
About Time: Exhibitions Explore Responses To History
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Economist Chris Richardson on an ‘ugly’ inflation result and the coming budget
Poverty Puzzle: Deepening Gap Between Rich And Poor
Forty Years Of Support For WA’s Small Businesses
Consumer confidence: inflation expectations at 2024 high
Economic Bulletin March 2024
GDP decline reinforces Government’s fiscal plan
A Strong Plan To Fix Labor’s Unfunded Super Liability
Senator Hon Katy Gallagher TV Interview – Sunrise
Inflation eases, but RBA still has plenty to ponder
Retail trade strong in Tasmania reflecting our robust economy
Economist: Growth will slow in 2024, but no recession
JUNE CAMPS AT REFLECTIONS MASSY GREENE FOR A HALF CENTURY
Tasmanian employment remains strong 18 January
National Growth Areas Alliance Urges Government to Get the Numbers Right in Federal Budget Submission
Jobs still looking for people in Tasmania
Improving our knowledge of coastal erosion
Study show how ethical brands fare in recession
Macquarie Asset Management launches Outlook 2024
National accounts heighten risk of hard landing
Tasmania’s economy remains strong
Opinion piece: Charity is at heart of Australia
Tasmanian economy has now grown to record $38.6 billion
More bad news on Tasmanian jobs 17 November 2023
Rising interest rates and the RBA’s inflation problem explained
Leading economists confirm Tasmania’s economy is stalling under Libs 03 November 2023
Opening remarks, ‘Strategies for Strengthening Democracy’ Panel, ANU Crawford Leadership Forum, Canberra
More businesses popping up in Carlisle Street
Budget surplus: No thanks to Labor
National’s 100-point plan to rebuild economy
Stronger than expected GDP underlines confidence in economy
Labour insults Kiwis by claiming economic “victory”
National will revive international education
Corporate profits must take hit to save workers
Labour’s addiction to spending continues
National will cut red tape to grow economy
Growing Tech Sector Part Of Economy Rebuild Plan
Primary Sector Growth Vital For Economic Recovery
Job figures mask real pain of hardworking Australians
Doctor of spin’s latest treasury trick
Labour re-writes history with fiscal prudence claim
National to boost tourism recovery to help economy