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1. 19 April 18ECONOMICS
The RBA deputy governor discussed 'Twenty-five Years of Inflation Targeting in Australia' in a speech. [Full text]
2. 16 April 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS / INDUSTRY
UDIA Victoria has submitted industry's recommendations for the 2018-19 Victoria State Budget. [Full text]
3. 16 April 18ECONOMICS / TOURISM
The report shows that overall tourism spending is expected to grow by around $74 billion (or 57 per cent) to $204 billion by 2026, according to the TTF. [Full text]
4. 16 April 18ECONOMICS / TOURISM
The TTF issued 'Tourism: Supercharging Australia's Future'. [Full text]
5. 16 April 18ECONOMICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The RBA issued 'Regional Variation in a National Economy'. [Full text]
6. 16 April 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / INDUSTRY
AiGroup's Performance of Construction Index increased by 1.2 points to 57.2 in March. [Full text]
7. 16 April 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / INDUSTRY
Master Builders said that ABS data shows the value of work done by the industry grew by 8 per cent in the last quarter of 2017, contributing more than $28 billion to the economy. [Full text]
8. 16 April 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / INDUSTRY
Despite large differences in sentiment from different state and territory markets, the strong pipeline of building activity in the eastern states is supporting confidence at a national level, said Master Builders. [Full text]
9. 16 April 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / INDUSTRY
Master Builders released the 'National Survey of Building and Construction' for the March quarter. [Full text]
10. 12 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The REIWA said it understands the WA Government is facing another difficult budget but relying on the property industry to prop up state finances will do little to ease the state's fiscal pressures. [Full text]
11. 12 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING / ECONOMICS / TRANSPORT
Chief Minister Andrew Barr gave a State of the Territory address to the Canberra Business Chamber. [Full text]
12. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
Sydney Airport issued 'Economic Contribution of Sydney Airport'. [Full text]
13. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
PIA has urged the NSW Government to continue its strong investment into strategic planning and reform of the state planning system in the upcoming State Budget. [Full text]
14. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
Core Logic discussed key trends that will define the Sydney housing landscape in 2018. [Full text]
15. 12 April 18ECONOMICS / INDUSTRY
The Ai Group/HIA Performance of Construction Index increased by 1.2 points to 57.2 in March. [Full text]
16. 12 April 18ECONOMICS
Core Logic said the ratio of household and housing debt to disposable income continued to climb over the December 2017 quarter, reaching a new record high. [Full text]
17. 9 April 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Manison welcomed Treasurer Scott Morrison's offer to work with the NT Government, following the Commonwealth Grants Commission's latest GST revenue reduction. [Full text]
18. 9 April 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Nicole Manison said that the Australian Government has pulled a further $1.4 billion over four years from the Territory's GST revenue. [Full text]
19. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said that NSW will lose $451 million in GST from the NSW Budget over the next year. [Full text]
20. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
The Urban Taskforce said the new definition for Bulky Goods will free up many businesses to be able to find more appropriate locations that are customer friendly. [Full text]
21. 9 April 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The RBA issued a research paper: 'DSGE Reno: Adding a Housing Block to a Small Open Economy Model'. [Full text]
22. 5 April 18QUEENSLAND / ECONOMICS / EVENTS
Shadow Minister Albanese said the Gold Coast will reap the benefits of hosting the Commonwealth Games. [Full text]
23. 5 April 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS / EMPLOYMENT / TOURISM
Treasurer Pallas said the latest Tourism Research Australia results show Victoria's tourism sector generated around 214,500 jobs last financial year - up 7.6 per cent from the previous year. [Full text]
24. 5 April 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Tim Pallas said Victoria's manufacturing index has grown for a 14th consecutive month. [Full text]
25. 5 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The NSW Business Chamber said the delivery of new infrastructure in regional NSW must be a key inclusion in the June Budget. [Full text]
26. 5 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
The NSW Business Chamber submitted its Pre-Budget Submission to Treasurer Dominic Perrottet. [Full text]
27. 5 April 18ECONOMICS / EMPLOYMENT / TOURISM
Tourism Research Australia issued the 'State Tourism Satellite Accounts, 2016-17' and associated materials, highlighting the importance of tourism to each state and territory's economy. [Full text]
28. 5 April 18ECONOMICS
The Australian Industry Group Australian PMI(r) accelerated in March, jumping by 5.6 points to a record high of 63.1 in the month. [Full text]
29. 5 April 18ECONOMICS
The RBA issued the Index of Commodity Prices for March. [Full text]
30. 29 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Sales of new detached houses declined for the second consecutive month during February, although several key markets experienced growth, according to the HIA. [Full text]
31. 29 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / ECONOMICS
The High Speed Rail Planning Authority Bill was discussed in the Senate. [Full text]
32. 29 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / ECONOMICS
The Federal Government issued its response to the inquiry on the role of transport connectivity in stimulating development and economic activity. [Full text]
33. 26 March 18ECONOMICS / EMPLOYMENT
The ABS issued 'Labour Force, Australia, Feb 2018'. [Full text]
34. 26 March 18ECONOMICS / EMPLOYMENT
The Australian Public Service Commissioner discussed 'The Future of Work - what it could mean for the APS', in a speech. [Full text]
35. 26 March 18ECONOMICS / DEMOGRAPHICS
The HIA said the ABS figures show that there continues to be a strong link between population growth and economic performance. [Full text]
36. 26 March 18ECONOMICS / DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS issued 'Australian Demographic Statistics, Sep 2017'. [Full text]
37. 26 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The combined total of 132,600 new greenfield housing lots and new multi-unit / infill dwellings represents a 51 per cent increase on 2014 output, according to the UDIA. [Full text]
38. 26 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The UDIA released its 2018 State of the Land report. [Full text]
39. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / RETAIL / TOURISM / ECONOMICS
The Committee for Sydney released 'Sydney as a 24-Hour City'. [Full text]
40. 22 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The HIA said there has been a major change in the pattern of house price growth across Australia's major cities. [Full text]
41. 22 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The ABS said residential property prices rose 5.0 per cent through the year to the December quarter, with growth easing from the September and June quarters. [Full text]
42. 22 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The ABS issued 'Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities, Dec 2017'. [Full text]
43. 22 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The RBA said that dwelling investment was not expected to contribute to GDP growth over 2018 but nonetheless to remain at a high level. [Full text]
44. 22 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
AHURI published a brief on the contributors and barriers to downsizing. [Full text]
45. 22 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
CoreLogic said that despite a slowing property market, nine out of ten home sales are still turning a profit for their vendors. [Full text]
46. 22 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
According to survey results issued by the campaign, two in three Australians said all political parties must do more to address housing affordability. [Full text]
47. 22 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
A group of not-for-profit housing, homelessness and community organisations launched the 'Everybody's Home' campaign, calling for reform to negative gearing and capital gains tax. [Full text]
48. 19 March 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Tim Pallas released the 2017-18 Mid-Year Financial Report for Victoria. [Full text]
49. 19 March 18INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The WT Foundation issued 'Construction market conditions 2018'. [Full text]
50. 15 March 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
CoreLogic issued a housing market update. [Full text]