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Why have 1 in 10 young Aussie adults cancelled their private health insurance?

With the COVID 19 pandemic placing increased pressure on our financial situations, one in ten young adults are cancelling their private health insurance to cost-cut during these uncertain economic times. Grafa’s very own Grady Wulff interviewed Dr Rachel David, CEO of Private Healthcare Australia to find out more.

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Why have 1 in 10 young Aussie adults cancelled their private health insurance?

With the COVID 19 pandemic placing increased pressure on our financial situations, one in ten young adults are cancelling their private health insurance to cost-cut during these uncertain economic times. Grafa’s very own Grady Wulff interviewed Dr Rachel David, CEO of Private Healthcare Australia to find out more.

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Are you team IDT or CSL to make local COVID-19 vaccines?

ASX lower; Pro Medicus hit a fresh record on FY results; IDT surged 27% on vaccine report. Grafa Daily Update – 18 August 2021

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‘Fortress Australia’ strangling unis as international enrolments slide

‘Fortress Australia’ strangling Universities as international enrolments slide

Australia’s university sector is facing the perfect storm of closed international borders and increased competition from the United Kingdom and the United States as enrolments fell by 16% during the

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Struggle street to find staff

One in five businesses say they currently don’t have enough staff. The number of understaffed businesses is rising. The number of understaffed businesses is rising. Almost 20% of Australian businesses

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Career change on hold as pandemic prompts workers to stay put in job

Career change on hold as pandemic prompts workers to stay put in job Workers retrenched, rather than leaving jobs of their own accord in 2020. Number of retrenched workers rose

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380% timber price surge cuts down ‘wood-be’ homeowners

Jack Baxter Timber prices soared 380% to record highs this year as domestic suppliers contend with surging global demand. Domestic timber supplies waver following 8.5 million hectares of forest burned

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Our beef with meat: Your next barbecue just hit a snag

Beef prices have increased 25% in the last five years. Legs of lamb retailing at $35. Biggest rise in more than 20 years. Throwing a steak on the barbecue is

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V is victory in COVID jobs recovery

Australia’s job market lost and regained 857,000 jobs in 2020. The recessions of 1981 and 1991 observed inflation and asset price shocks. Monetary and fiscal policy responses in 2020 aided

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You’re bacon me crazy!

Pork industry worth $3 billion. Price for pork up 60% in the last 12 months to $4. African swine flu in Asia and strong domestic demand underpin a positive outlook.

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Are you team IDT or CSL to make local COVID-19 vaccines?

ASX lower; Pro Medicus hit a fresh record on FY results; IDT surged 27% on vaccine report. Grafa Daily Update – 18 August 2021

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‘Fortress Australia’ strangling Universities as international enrolments slide

‘Fortress Australia’ strangling unis as international enrolments slide

Australia’s university sector is facing the perfect storm of closed international borders and increased competition from the United Kingdom and the United States as enrolments fell by 16% during the

...read more

Struggle street to find staff

One in five businesses say they currently don’t have enough staff. The number of understaffed businesses is rising. The number of understaffed businesses is rising. Almost 20% of Australian businesses

...read more

Career change on hold as pandemic prompts workers to stay put in job

Career change on hold as pandemic prompts workers to stay put in job Workers retrenched, rather than leaving jobs of their own accord in 2020. Number of retrenched workers rose

...read more

380% timber price surge cuts down ‘wood-be’ homeowners

Jack Baxter Timber prices soared 380% to record highs this year as domestic suppliers contend with surging global demand. Domestic timber supplies waver following 8.5 million hectares of forest burned

...read more

Our beef with meat: Your next barbecue just hit a snag

Beef prices have increased 25% in the last five years. Legs of lamb retailing at $35. Biggest rise in more than 20 years. Throwing a steak on the barbecue is

...read more

V is victory in COVID jobs recovery

Australia’s job market lost and regained 857,000 jobs in 2020. The recessions of 1981 and 1991 observed inflation and asset price shocks. Monetary and fiscal policy responses in 2020 aided

...read more

You’re bacon me crazy!

Pork industry worth $3 billion. Price for pork up 60% in the last 12 months to $4. African swine flu in Asia and strong domestic demand underpin a positive outlook.

...read more

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