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Second Reading Speech – Criminal Code Amendment
Australian Prime Minister Television interview – Ten News First Midday
Budget looks over the horizon but inflation means tough times to linger
Budget 2024-25: Another Cost Of Living Con Job
Helping Australians earn more and keep more of what they earn
Relief on energy bills for all in a federal budget that bets on lower inflation
Delivering Responsible Economic Management
$195 million training boost to get more West Aussies into jobs
Western Australia’s Economy Continues To Lead Nation
Economic Bulletin April 2024
CBA remains well positioned to provide on-going support for customers
RBA Rate Decision
Statement by the Reserve Bank Board: Monetary Policy Decision
Improving education, competition, and climate mitigation and adaptation key priorities for New Zealand
Economic outlook: Steady global growth expected for 2024 and 2025
PM Mealy-mouthed And Evasive In Face Of National Crisis
Better monthly regional labour market data now available
Unemployment Data Shows Need For Government To Act Now
New Unemployment Figures Paint Bleak Picture
Unions celebrate May Day during tough time for working people
Australian Prime Minister Television Interview – Today Show
Community sector, unions urge employment services overhaul
Creating More New Jobs For Regional Victorians
Supporting Migrant And Refugee Women At Sisterworks
Harmonious solution to career success for overqualified employees
South Australia pips rivals to take economic crown: CommSec State of the States
Many prisoners go years without touching a smartphone. It means they struggle to navigate life on the outside
More Victorians In Jobs Than Ever Before
Unemployment Rate remains at historic lows under the Albanese Labor Government
Unemployment Rate Rises To 3.8% In March: Australia
New Data Shows Wealth Gap Widening
When Expectations Become Self-fulfilling
Opinion piece: Unenforceable and unnecessary non‑competes hold us back
With democracy under threat in Narendra Modi’s India, how free and fair will this year’s election be?
Study highlights successful Iowa program for youth exiting foster care
School suspensions and exclusions put vulnerable children at risk
Awards set to recognise business success, innovation and resilience
CTU Stands In Solidarity With Public Service Workers
ANZ-Indeed Australian Job Ads: Decline Stalls In Q1
Regional Jobs Growth In Victoria Highest In Nation
Ai Group proposes 2.8% minimum wage increase strikes a responsible balance in a slowing economy
Government’s Annual Wage Review Submission 28 March
New Energy Sector Powering Jobs In Gippsland
Budget Policy Statement Still Missing In Action
Improving how we measure inflationary heat in the labour market – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
‘Don’t buy your kids a car’: young drivers with own cars in more crashes
Albanese government to Fair Work Commission: Don’t let real wages go backwards for the low paid
Strong Economy Driving Nation-Leading Jobs Growth