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Australia's minimum wage myth - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Australia's minimum wage myth
The Sydney Morning Herald
What's the minimum wage in Australia? It's talked about often enough – one of the things we pride ourselves on compared with those miserable Americans. So it's a fair question for author/digital revolution expert/advertising/fast-moving consumer goods ...

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Census 2016: Australia's image obsession has triggered a job surge - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Census 2016: Australia's image obsession has triggered a job surge
The Sydney Morning Herald
An image and health-obsessed Australia has provided a jobs boon for fitness instructors and beauty therapists. That is the verdict from the latest round of census figures, delivered on Monday four months after the first release in June with a focus on ...
Census 2016: Data reveals Australia's fastest growing jobsDaily Telegraph
The gig economy has taken hold in AustraliaBusiness Insider Australia
Census shows Australians working shorter weeks, but women still bear most household responsibilitiesABC Online
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Bitcoin one step closer to being regulated in Australia under new anti-money laundering laws - ABC Online

ABC Online

Bitcoin one step closer to being regulated in Australia under new anti-money laundering laws
ABC Online
"Virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin, are increasingly being used by serious and organised crime groups," ACIC said in its report on Australian organised crime, released in August. "They are a form of currency that can be sold anonymously online ...


Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closure - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closure
The Sydney Morning Herald
The head of Australia's immigration department has blamed activists and "troublesome outsiders" for a looming and potentially violent standoff over the closure of the refugee processing centre on Manus Island. Bureaucrats also confirmed Australia will ...
Australia will spend up to $250 million housing Manus refugeesSBS
Australia to spend up to $195 million housing refugees after PNG detention center closesReuters
Australia's refugees refuse to leave Papua New Guinea campFox News

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Advanced manufacturing the way to go for Australia after Holden's Elizabeth automotive plant closure in South Australia - The Advertiser

The Advertiser

Advanced manufacturing the way to go for Australia after Holden's Elizabeth automotive plant closure in South Australia
The Advertiser
“We have already seen an existing auto components maker in Victoria working with a global customer.” Holden's exit last week marked the end of almost a century of car making in Australia with direct job losses at Holden, Toyota and Ford estimated at 5000.
Holden closure: 'It's not Australian cars I'll miss, it's that we could make them'ABC Online
Census 2016: manufacturing jobs in Australia drop 24% in five years ...The Guardian
Demise of Australian carmaking acts as a warning to rich nationsFinancial Times

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The best-performing state in Australia - Mackay Daily Mercury

Mackay Daily Mercury

The best-performing state in Australia
Mackay Daily Mercury
NSW remains the best performing economy in Australia but the First State may want to look over its shoulder - it's being caught up and fast. CommSec's quarterly State of the States report ranks Australia's states and territories according to eight ...
Australians look to Queensland for moveSky News Australia

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NBN rollout: Streets and suburbs suffer digital divide as speed depends on lottery - ABC Online

The Guardian

NBN rollout: Streets and suburbs suffer digital divide as speed depends on lottery
ABC Online
NBN chief Bill Morrow has told Four Corners that high-speed fibre connections are technologically superior to the copper and cable which links most Australians to the new broadband network. He also conceded that the fast pace of the rollout was leading ...
Labor lays into Turnbull over 'second-rate' NBN – politics liveThe Guardian
NBN's eye-watering costs exposedNEWS.com.au
Australian politics live: NBN blame game in question timeThe Australian
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George Young, member of The Easybeats and pioneering Australian songwriter and musician, dies - ABC Online

ABC Online

George Young, member of The Easybeats and pioneering Australian songwriter and musician, dies
ABC Online
George Young, a pioneer of Australian music as a member of The Easybeats and producer for AC/DC, the band fronted by his brothers Angus and Malcolm, has died. Young "created a new sound for the Australian music industry," the production company ...

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Yes campaign increasingly concerned about millions of same-sex marriage supporters who may never vote - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Yes campaign increasingly concerned about millions of same-sex marriage supporters who may never vote
NEWS.com.au
As Australia embarks on the final days of the same-sex marriage campaign, this is the sentence that keeps Yes campaigners awake at night with the realisation that millions of votes may simply never get posted. And yet, you could be forgiven for ...
The Best Signs From Australia's Marriage Equality RalliesHuffington Post Australia
Ad campaign safe for schools, not TVThe Australian
Australia's Same-Sex Marriage Ban Led To Human Rights Law Breaches: UN CommitteeBuzzFeed News

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One Belt, One Road: Australian 'strategic' concerns over Beijing's ... - ABC Online

ABC Online

One Belt, One Road: Australian 'strategic' concerns over Beijing's ...
ABC Online
A controversial trillion-dollar push by China to dominate global trade is being resisted by senior national security figures who warn of serious "strategic" ...

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