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Sydney :: Australia | 4 months ago

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That peaked in WA, with more than one third of WA's population now born overseas, and twice as many British expats living in the west than anywhere else in Australia. "The proportion of overseas born residents in Western Australia has continued to

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Adelaide :: Australia | 4 months ago

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Professor of Strategic Arts at Flinders University Measurement determines estimation; estimation determines calculation; calculation determines comparison; comparison determines victory...Since that time his quantitative approach to decision-making

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Sydney :: Australia | 4 months ago

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Australians have been bombarded with doom and gloom scenarios since GM's affiliate Holden said last week it would stop making cars in Australia by 2017 due to high costs and a strong currency. Ford announced in May it would shut its two Australian

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Sydney :: Australia | 4 months ago

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Makes me want to get back to Oz even more," one comment says. Another chimes in: "At first glance, I thought it was my hubby ... then I noticed the absence of the TV remote in his right hand." Another of the popular images posted by Tourism Australia

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Sydney :: Australia | 4 months ago

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Australians are ignoring government pleas to work longer and instead are taking early retirement when they hit their 50s, new figures show. The government wants workers to retire at 67, but the average retirement age is closer to 59 for men and 50

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Sydney :: Australia | 4 months ago

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In 1972 a group of scientists, known collectively as the Club of Rome, constructed a detailed mathematical model to test whether population growth and economic development could continue indefinitely and if not, what the limits to growth and its

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Ho Chi Minh City :: Vietnam | 5 months ago

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The number of inmates in Australian jails hit a record 30,775 in 2013, up five per cent from 2012, Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data released on Thursday shows. The nation's rate of imprisonment is also up, at 170 prisoners for every 100,000

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Sydney :: Australia | 5 months ago

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Fewer people with disabilities in workforce than 20 years ago, Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show Updated December 03, 2013 16:26:19 The number of people with a disability participating in the workforce has fallen in the past 20 years, new

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Sydney :: Australia | 5 months ago

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This followed a deficit of $12.091 billion in the June quarter, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) said on Tuesday. The median market forecast was for a deficit of $11 billion in the September quarter. The surplus on goods and services rose $2.

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Sydney :: Australia | 5 months ago

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Australia's economic growth isn't losing pace and might have even picked up a little as the non-mining sectors of the economy start to recover. The Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS) national accounts figures, to be released on Wednesday, are

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