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A decade on, the same story on the Murray-Darling Basin

Water

A decade ago the eminent Australian water scientist, the late Peter Cullen, lamented the declining technical expertise in water management in government agencies while highlighting the need for good science to underpin decision-making about the nation’s water resources.

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New SACES fund boosts relevant research

University of Adelaide

The SA Centre for Economic Studies (SACES) will further strengthen its contribution to public policy development in South Australia with the establishment of the Independent Research Fund (IRF).

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Economics survey points to bleaker times post-election

Coins

The Australian economy will remain healthy for long enough to enable the government to claim it as a strength in the lead-up to the May election, but the first Conversation Economic Survey points to a fairly flat outlook beyond that, with a 25% chance of a recession in the next two years.

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SA Data wrap - employment growth remains stagnant

numbers

In the first Data Wrap of 2019, we review yesterday’s Labour Force Survey figures and consider leading indicators of residential construction activity for South Australia.

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