The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released the 2012 Article IV Staff Report and Financial Sector Assessment Program, which Treasure Wayne Swan says is a 'big tick' for the Australian economy.


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The Queensland Teachers' Union (QTU) has announced it has accepted the State Government's proposed 2.7 per cent pay increase every year for the next three years.


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The Western Australian Government has tabled a report of the eight-month long inquiry into the City of Canning's elected council, concluding there were systematic failures by the council.


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The South Australian Government has passed laws that will allow the creation of an R18+ classification for computer games, brining the classification system for video games into the same method used for film.

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James Strong has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Australian Institute of Company Directors following the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting held late last week.


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Director sentiment has hit its lowest level in two years, as fears of the health of Asian economies and growing pessimism about the promise of a resolution of the European debt crisis weighs heavily on the nation's top business leaders.

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The NAB has announced a number of senior leadership appointments across the bank.


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The Western Australian Government has announced the appointment of Andrew Chapyn as the State's new Mines Safety Director.


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The Federal Government has announced it has committed to a total funding of $114 million to Geoscience Australia over the forwards estimates.

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Queensland technology company Redflow has launched a new innovative renewable energy battery storage system, the M90, which will be capable of storing substantial amounts of energy generated by sustainable power sources.

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The Federal Government has released estimates that show that new grants from the Clean Technology Investment Programs, worth a combined $30 million to 89 manufacturers, will see significant benefits.

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has announced it has granted interim authorisation to allow a group of large-scale coal miners the right to collectively bargain for water wupply.

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Qantas has announced it will repay $650 million in debt ahead of schedule and invest up to $100 million in an on-market share buy-back, which is set to represent approximately 4 per cent of Qantas shares.


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A series of maps depicting the growing global action against global climate change has been published by the Federal Government.

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The Federal Government has announced three new appointments to the boards of the ABC and SBS.

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The Federal Government has announced the second round of competitive grants for the $201 million Filling the Research Gap program.

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Qantas and Australia Post have announced they have finalised the swapping of their respective stakes in Australia Air Express and road freight company StarTrack.

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Sherwin Iron and the Northern Land Council have announced they have reached an agreement on the terms under which Sherwin may mine the Roper River Iron Ore Project.


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The New South Wales Public Service Commission (PSC) has released the main findings of the People Matter 2012 NSW Public Sector Employee Survey.

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The Western Australian Government has released a draft Bill for public comment to reform the Sate’s industrial relations system.


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Pre-primary schooling for all children in Western Australia will become compulsory from 2013 after the State Government passed legislation through both houses of Parliament.


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