FHOG applications for new homes fell by 24% in annual average terms to January 2019.
Breakdown by Credit Counterparty December Quarter 2018
Employment in Western
Australia increased by 0.2% in February 2019, while the unemployment rate fell
Western Australia's estimated resident population increased by 0.3% (or 7,227 people) over the quarter and rose by 0.9% (or 22,617 people) through the year to September 2018, to stand at 2,602,419 people.
Seasonally adjusted retail trade in Western Australia
decreased by 0.3% to $2,853 million between December 2018 and January 2019.
International Trade: Emerging Developments and Prospective Outlook
There is almost universal agreement that free-trade promotes economic growth. As a resource rich, open economy, Western Australia has benefited greatly from trade.
This paper reviews the gains from trade and considers recent deve
The Streamlined& Budget Process was implemented as part of the 2015-16 Budget to enable the Government to focus on considerations that materially impact the State’s finances.
Latest update of the Register of Unclaimed Money
has just released the latest update of the Register of Unclaimed Money. This
update adds details of monies reported to Treasury for the period ended 31 July
2018 with more than 54,000 amounts totalling over $12.7 million added to the