• Reserve Bank says small minimum wage rises don't cause job losses

    Reserve Bank says small minimum wage rises don't cause job losses

    Minimum wage is sustaining rule that makes sure low-paid workers don’t fall below the poverty line.

    Unfortunately in recent years, the cost of living has sky-rocketed and workers on minimum wage are falling further and further behind.

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  • The Consequences of Fiscal Austerity in WA

    The Consequences of Fiscal Austerity in WA

    Western Australia’s recent budget deficit is the result – not the cause – of deteriorating economic conditions.

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  • Free TAFE in Victoria: who benefits and why WA should consider it

    Free TAFE in Victoria: who benefits and why WA should consider it

    The Victorian government's budget announcement on 1 May included a significant reinvestment in TAFE. Courses in 30 key skill priority areas will be free from the beginning of 2019.

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  • How to restore public trust in government

    How to restore public trust in government

    Each and every one of us in public office or public service has a fundamental responsibility: to operate in the public interest. Identifying and striving to serve the public interest is the most important thing we can do.

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Cleaning up your cliches and catchphrases in 2018

By the end of each work year there are always a few catchphrases and clichés that we are all more than happy to say 'goodbye' to when the calendar starts anew. We've compiled some of the worst offenders, and added a few...interesting...suggestions for the new year. Ferking forthward we shall all be prepared for a successful, anatiferous 2018.

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