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                                        Month Australia falls into ‘a big hole’

                                        A fiscal cliff still looms in October. Picture: The Grattan Instutute/Danielle Wood

                                        Economists say Australia’s economic decline “still looms” this year after changes to coronavirus support measures and pinpoint one crucial month.

                                        Shares rise despite Budget blowout

                                        ECONOMY Australian Economy to Shrink by 3

                                        Australian shares end higher on Thursday despite confirmation from government the federal Budget was in its worst shape since World War II.

                                        HomeBuilder scheme sparks frenzy

                                        HomeBuilder triggers land rush led by first-home buyers

                                        The new home stimulus package has inspired a huge response but property experts question its effectiveness as virus cases soar.

                                        1 in 10 Aussies unemployed by Christmas

                                        The unemployment rate is forecast to hit 9.25 per cent by December, but the Treasurer says it could have been much worse. Picture: Treasurer's Economic and Fiscal Update

                                        The Morrison Government has predicted a shocking number of Aussies will be out of work this year while delivering a sobering forecast.

                                        Virus stifles business confidence

                                        SUPREME COURT

                                        A National Australia Bank survey shows business conditions and confidence have crumbled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

                                        New $300 virus payment for Victorians

                                        MASKED MELBOURNE

                                        Victoria has announced a new $300 payment for anyone who has taken a test and needs to isolate but doesn’t have sick leave to fall back on.

                                        $85.8 billion in budget blow-out confirmed

                                        Australian Dollars

                                        Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has confirmed Australia is in its worst economic downturn since World War II.

                                        Australia’s $850 billion debt bomb revealed

                                        PARLIAMENT and PM

                                        The Morrison Government was meant to unveil Australia’s long-awaited surplus this year. Instead Australia has recorded the biggest deficit in decades.

                                        $A to rise with improved Chinese economy

                                        One Dollar Coin

                                        Westpac’s chief economist Bill Evans outlines why he believes the Australian dollar will continue to rise for the remainder of the year.

                                        Cost of Victoria’s second wave revealed

                                        PARLIAMENT and PM

                                        Victoria’s bungled hotel quarantine and the second lockdown that followed is set to leave Australia with a big financial hangover.

                                        Big sign economy is bouncing back

                                        Shopping

                                        Latest retail figures show more Australians are shopping, prompting signs the economy is beginning to recover from the COVID-19 shutdown.

                                        Alleged $17m tax fraud scheme exposed

                                        NCA NewsWire

                                        A dozen people have been charged over a complex scheme to defraud the government of $17 million in tax dollars.

                                        Nation’s ‘eye-watering’ debt due to virus

                                        PARLIAMENT and PM

                                        Australia is about to discover just how much the coronavirus crisis has cost, with the Treasurer warning the debt and deficit level will be “eye-watering”.

                                        Budget to reveal nation’s ‘eye-watering’ debt

                                        Adding up the profits

                                        An economic update tomorrow is expected to unveil Australia’s worst budget outlook since World War II.

                                        New dole change allows double-dipping

                                        Centrelink

                                        Some workers will be better off on Jobseeker than the new rate of JobKeeper, but changes to the schemes mean workers can now double-dip on both payments.

                                        New dole change allows double-dipping

                                        Centrelink

                                        Some workers will be better off on Jobseeker than the new rate of JobKeeper, but changes to the schemes mean workers can now double-dip on both payments.

                                        JobKeeper question that got PM fired up

                                        Leigh Sales grills Scott Morrison.

                                        The PM was quizzed on everything from the COVIDSafe app to whether he wore a mask, but one question really got him fired up.

                                        Worst economic crisis since 1930s: RBA

                                        ATO MARTIN PLACE

                                        The Reserve Bank has flagged Australia is on the path to recovery but has experienced an economic downturn not seen since the Great Depression.

                                        New test to kick 2 million off JobKeeper

                                        PARLIAMENT and PM

                                        Sweeping changes announced by PM Scott Morrison on Tuesday will see more than two million workers kicked off the JobKeeper scheme.

                                        Aussies told to brace for more job losses

                                        Centrelink Qs

                                        The unemployment rate is set to boom as more Australians who lost jobs during the coronavirus pandemic return to the labour market.

                                        Bold bid to dock pollies’ pay

                                        Australian Parliament House Capital Hill Canberra ACT Australia, Federal Government. File stock images. Picture: ThinkStock / Getty Images

                                        A renegade federal senator has put forward a controversial plan to dock politicians’ pay for every day that they don’t sit in parliament.

                                        JobKeeper and JobSeeker 2.0 explained

                                        Both programs will be extended but recipients will receive less under changes announced by the Federal Government on Tuesday.

                                        How JobKeeper payments will change

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                                        Extracts from the JobKeeper review, kept under lock and key since June, reveal how the scheme has helped Aussies. But big changes are coming.

                                        Union’s wishlist to save economy

                                        Unions Presser

                                        Big, bold investments are needed from the Federal Government to curb unemployment, the peak union body says.

                                        Why houses prices could actually go up

                                        Housing credit growth from 2010 to 2020.

                                        Everything is pointing towards house prices dropping because of the global pandemic. But that may not actually be the case.

                                        Virus’ staggering effect on business

                                        Melbourne In Lockdown As Victoria Works To Contain COVID-19 Spread

                                        Economists are warning 10 per cent of Australian businesses could close if JobKeeper and loan deferrals are not extended past September.

                                        Closing borders ‘good for our economy’

                                        Last Flights From Melbourne

                                        The economic impact of border closures has been seen as potentially catastrophic, but there could be a surprising $18 billion boost in it for us.

                                        Huge change coming to JobKeeper

                                        Centrelink lines

                                        JobKeeper is set to be extended. But before you breathe a sigh of relief, it will be worth less and it will be harder to claim the wage subsidy.

                                        Tiered payment to replace JobKeeper

                                        Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has detailed an new support plan for those hardest hit by COVID-19 with a new “sliding scale” payment system.

                                        Government flags more money for Aussies

                                        Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has indicated there will be further income support for Australians as the Victorian lockdown hits the national economy.

                                        Vic outbreak’s huge cost to other states

                                        Corona

                                        Victoria’s outbreak is holding back the recovery in other states with plans for a travel bubble and the return of international students postponed.

                                        Bank boss weighs in on virus strategy

                                        The CBA boss has picked a side when it comes to the suppression versus elimination debate and said the Melbourne lockdown will impact recovery.

                                        ‘Streaks ahead’: One state winning at jobs

                                        Unemployment rate in June 2020.

                                        They’ve smashed coronavirus numbers and they’re also winning at keeping unemployment at bay. How is this state doing it?

                                        Jobless rate highest in 22 years

                                        The Prime MInister, Scott Morrison during a press conference.

                                        The number of Australians out of work has risen as fresh lockdown fears delay the nation’s economic recovery.

                                        Sharemarket rallies despite virus fears

                                        ECONOMY - ASX General Coverage

                                        The Australian sharemarket made strong gains on Wednesday despite fears the economy could be heading for a second shutdown.

                                        Lockdown fear haunts consumers

                                        SUPREME COURT

                                        Consumer confidence has fallen, according to Westpac, as the economy faces a second lockdown due to COVID-19.

                                        National icon’s ritzy new digs

                                        CSIRO will move 450 employees to a futuristic new office at the Aerotropolis in western Sydney.

                                        Only one option for virus: Premier

                                        Premier Press Conference Sydney

                                        Suppression of coronavirus is “the only option” for NSW, with the population too large to effectively eliminate the virus, Premier Gladys Berejiklian says.

                                        VIC lockdown to deliver $5 billion hit

                                        Supplied  Consumer spending has lost momentum as the Melbourne lockdowns bite.
 Picture: Commonwealth Bank.

                                        It’s only been a few days and already it looks like Melbourne’s lockdowns could cost at least $5bn with consumers closing their wallets, even outside Victoria.

                                        350,000 Aussies double dip into super

                                        Australian dollar calculator on a wooden table

                                        Superfunds are being hit by a second wave of early super requests, as more Australians claim financial hardship.

                                        Virus’ scary effect on consumers

                                        Melbourne Airport

                                        Consumer confidence has slipped as fears of a second lockdown do further damage to the economy.

                                        Charity’s grim JobSeeker warning

                                        A new Anglicare survey has revealed people were forced to turn to charity just to get by under the old JobSeeker rate.

                                        Hunt for truckies at risk of COVID-19

                                        Covid Vaccine

                                        The race is on to find Queensland truckies and travellers who may have been exposed to COVID-19 while passing through a popular NSW pub as human vaccine trials start in Brisbane.

                                        ‘Record number’ of Aussies claim cash

                                        With workers relying on welfare and super accounts, nearly a million Australians have rushed to file their tax returns early and claim a tax offset.

                                        $750 cash bonus for 5 million people

                                        A second wave of coronavirus stimulus payments worth $750 each will begin flowing to five million low-income Australians this week.

                                        Aussies spending virus lifeline on surgery

                                        Australians spending their money on "frivolous" things are "obviously breaking the rules". Picture: 60 Minutes

                                        It’s been dubbed a “lifeline” for Australians – but some of those using the Super Early Release Scheme are treating themselves to plastic surgery.

                                        Parents face struggle as fee-free childcare ends

                                        kids playing with puzzle, education concept

                                        Parents struggling financially will be forced to make tough decisions as the Morrison Government’s fee-free childcare ends.

                                        JobKeeper uncertainty ‘a risk to the economy’

                                        ANTHONY ALBANESE at Bankstown RSL

                                        Labor leader Anthony Albanese has fired up over the future of JobKeeper, arguing Scott Morrison’s secrecy is a “risk to the economy”.

                                        $233m makeover to lure holiday-makers

                                        With overseas holidays cancelled, Australians are being urged to head to the nation’s iconic national parks.

                                        How JobKeeper props up your suburb

                                        Calls for the JobKeeper payment to be extended have increased as new data shows how every postcode in Australia is affected.

                                        ‘Disgraceful’: PM slams Labor tactic

                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison Announces Suspension Of Extradition Policy With Hong Kong

                                        Scott Morrison has lashed out at a new website set up by Labor to attack the government, described as “fearmongering during a pandemic”.

                                        $5m splashed for struggling Aussies

                                        Aussies urged to think local when shopping.

                                        The cost of the pandemic has been horrific for small businesses, forcing the Government to today launch a nationwide campaign.

                                        Worrying housing market figure

                                        Brisbane skyline

                                        New figures show how hard coronavirus has hit the housing market, with the number of people taking on home loans falling off a cliff.

                                        Housing market sentiment collapses

                                        A residential property survey has shown that faith in the Australian housing market has collapsed across the country.

                                        Budget deficit to blow out to $240bn, expert predicts

                                        People Page - Chamber

                                        Westpac’s chief economist says the forecast blow out of the budget deficit will include an extension to JobKeeper and JobSeeker payments.

                                        Aussies to get big tax cuts early

                                        "Stock Photo of Australian Money, Five, Ten, Twenty, Fifty and One Hundred Dollar Notes"

                                        Middle income earners could get an extra $2565 a year after the government confirmed it was looking to bring forward planned tax cuts.

                                        Banks offer lifeline to struggling Aussies

                                        D-Day for the housing market was looming in September with the end of key support schemes but a new announcement may soften that blow.

                                        Victoria facing a $6 billion economic hole

                                        Treasurer Josh Frydenberg

                                        Australia’s economic recovery has had a setback with Victoria’s new restrictions expected to starve its economy of $6 billion.

                                        Staggering cost of new lockdown rules

                                        Empty City Landmarks

                                        Victoria’s second lockdown could cost $1 billion a week, risking the nation’s economic recovery, according to Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.

                                        Card payments surge as economy recovers

                                        Convenient way of payment

                                        Australians are spending more as the economy begins to recover from COVID-19.

                                        Hundreds of ‘zombie’ businesses to fold

                                        Portrait of a happy business owner hanging an open sign on the door at a cafe and smiling - food and drinks concepts

                                        Experts have issued a grim warning that more than 800 Aussie businesses could collapse within weeks once stimulus payments dry up.

                                        Unpopular tax may be hiked

                                        counting the saved money in hand

                                        Economists say now is the time to plot for daring tax reform to help steer Australia out of its first recession in nearly three decades.

                                        $301m to cut traffic jams on Bruce Hwy

                                        Up to 380 jobs will be created with today’s start of the Maroochydore Rd to Mons Rd interchanges as part of the Bruce Hwy upgrade on the Sunshine Coast.

                                        How recycling will create 10,000 jobs

                                        More than 10,000 jobs will be created in a “once in a generation” revamp of Australia’s recycling system.

                                        JobSeeker must stay ‘stronger for longer’

                                        Centrelink lines

                                        A key support for out-of-work Aussies will be slashed within weeks – but a new report claims it could be a recipe for disaster.

                                        Victoria mess threatening Aussie economy

                                        Reserve Bank Cuts Interest Rates As Economic Fallout Continues Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

                                        Victoria’s sharp rise in coronavirus cases over several weeks has but the entire Australian economic recovery at risk, a new report has warned.

                                        Push to end killer homebuyer cost

                                        Australian home buyers could save thousands under a bold plan that proposes to kill off one of the most painful property taxes.

                                        Economic risk of Victoria’s ‘second wave’

                                        A new chart shows the Victorian economy is underperforming.

                                        As the state braces for tough lockdowns, a new chart from ANZ shows the devastating economic impact of a second wave of COVID-19.

                                        PM warns of ‘haunting’ uncertainty

                                        Supplied Editorial

                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned our post-COVID world will be “poorer, more dangerous and more disorderly”.

                                        Rush for $10,000 crashes ATO site

                                        As Aussies clammer to get access to much needed stimilus, the ATO site crashed.

                                        Aussies clambering to get their hands on their retirement savings has frozen the government website on the first day of the new financial year.

                                        Sweeping changes in Australia from today

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                                        The new financial year is finally here and there are new rules that could save — or cost you a bundle. Here’s what you should know.

                                        Who is eligible for $750 payment?

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                                        Five million Aussies are set to receive a bonus $750 payment in the coming weeks. So who is eligible for the hand out?

                                        Grim sign for Aussie house prices

                                        An alarming study has revealed the “incredible stress” Australians are suffering through to try and afford rent and mortgage each week.

                                        Casuals accused of ‘biggest piss take’

                                        Pub baron Craig Laundy has urged underemployed Australians to “get off their backsides”, accusing casual workers of “the biggest piss take’’.

                                        Insane cost to save one Aussie job

                                        Economists have uncovered the stunning price tag of each job saved under JobKeeper as the Prime Minister weighs phasing out the scheme.

                                        The great Queensland land sell-off

                                        New data has brought to light just how much of Queensland’s agricultural assets no longer belong to Australia.

                                        Australia’s glaring security weak spot

                                        Australia with city lights from space at night

                                        Australia has a huge national security “Achilles’ heel” that could see our economy tank within 30 days. Now a town 8000km away is being asked to solve the problem.

                                        Aussie wages $32,000 worse off

                                        A new report reveals a swift economic recovery will still land a significant financial blow to Australians and struggling to afford their first home.

                                        Australia is ‘rapidly approaching a cliff’

                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison is being urged to deliver direct cash for families and extend JobKeeper, but it comes with an eye-watering price tag.

                                        ‘Grim’ job graph shows industries at risk

                                        ABS data out today shows job losses by industry. Picture: Supplied

                                        A revealing new graph has shown the industries losing out, after Australia reported the biggest plunge in job vacancies in recorded history.

                                        ‘Grim’ flaw in PM’s JobSeeker plan

                                        There’s a devastating statistic that will have dire consequences for more than 1.6 million Aussies if the PM’s JobSeeker “snapback” goes ahead.

                                        Backpacker visas on the table for UK FTA

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                                        Plans to “streamline and extend” a “rite of passage” visa allowing young Brits to live in Australia and vice versa are on the table as part of a free trade deal.

                                        Minimum wage rise by $13 a week

                                        Australian Currency

                                        A wage increase is on the way for Aussies earning minimum wage, but some say the rise just won’t cut it in a nation on the brink of recession.

                                        Australia’s big dole myth busted

                                        Aussies dropped out of the labour Force at a massive rate in April and May 2020.

                                        The official unemployment rate is currently at 7.1 per cent. But the huge number of Australians now without a job expose a myth about the dole.

                                        JobSeeker payment finally set to increase

                                        australian dollars

                                        The Federal Government is set to finally increase the dole’s $40-a-day base rate as the coronavirus throws hundreds of thousands more people out of work.

                                        Ace card Australia holds over China

                                        Motor vehicle imports from CHina Jul 2016 to Jan 2020.

                                        China has boasted it could crush our economy – but there’s one key sector in which they need us much more than we need them.

                                        The Aussies hit hardest by job losses

                                        Employed people in Australia to May 2020. Picture: ABS

                                        Australia’s unemployment figures for May were released today, painting a shocking picture for one generation hit by more than 300,000 job losses.

                                        Decision costs Australia $84m a day

                                        Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk Gives Queensland Coronavirus Update

                                        Australia’s disastrous unemployment crisis is being worsened by states and territories with indefinitely closed borders, costing 5000 jobs a week.

                                        'These are our dark times': Jobless shock

                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison Delivers National Cabinet Update As Parliament Continues In Canberra

                                        Scott Morrison says “these are our dark times” as “heartbreaking” jobless figures show another 227,700 people lost their jobs in May thanks to coronavirus.

                                        Hanson’s JobKeeper blow to workers

                                        Pauline Hanson has delivered a blow to some Australians with a blunt and brutal response, saying she is just being “upfront and honest”.

                                        Australia’s ‘lost opportunity’ with China

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                                        There is frustration inside the Australian government over China’s refusal to talk. A senior minister says there’s been a “lost opportunity”.

                                        Economic ‘bloodbath’ coming in 100 days

                                        Companies entering external administration graph.

                                        In April, the number of businesses going bust actually decreased. But in roughly 100 days, an economic bloodbath will commence.

                                        Church asks for JobKeeper payments

                                        The Catholic Church has asked priests eligible for JobKeeper to donate the extra allowance back to the organisation.

                                        What Aussies will get from UK trade deal

                                        Better visa access, cheaper food, drinks and cars, plus greater recognition of professional standards could be among the key benefits of a UK FTA.

                                        Post-lockdown must have we’re all buying

                                        Supplied  Commonwealth Bank data on spending during the week of 12 June 2020

                                        As restrictions ease Australians have rediscovered the urge to splurge and one graph has revealed what is our must have post-lockdown indulgence.

                                        Confusing government plans explained

                                        If you’re confused about the federal government’s new stimulus packages, you’re not alone. But here’s everything you need to know.

                                        ‘Absolute joke’: Town’s 79 days of pain

                                        Border

                                        Aussies in two towns say they their communities are being torn apart and suffering major downturns because of a controversial border closure.

                                        PM says sorry for robodebt bungle

                                        For weeks Scott Morrison has refused to offer an apology for the pain caused by Centrelink’s robodebt scheme. But that changed today.

                                        Huge push to extend JobKeeper

                                        Unemployment rose since the pandemic.

                                        A leading global economic body has called on the Morrison Government to extend stimulus packages past the September expiration date.

                                        China infiltrating Australia on many fronts

                                        A secretive arm of China’s Communist Party is working to influence every aspect of Aussie life, from politics to business, a shock report reveals.

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