With a changing economy comes evolving demands from companies seeking new skills from their workforce. Or does it?
Average prices in Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney jumped by 12.8-16.0 cents a litre last week, and price look set to jump again.
Property prices are pulling back after a strong period of growth throughout most of the decade. But is it really as bad as we think?
With prices in both cities continuing to fall and with a strong pipeline of new units still being built, settlement risks for both buyers and developers may remain elevated for several years yet.
If you want to know why home prices in Sydney and Melbourne fell the fastest of any Australian capital city last year, you'll want to take a look at this chart.