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Midlife anxiety linked to dementia

Anxiety among the middle-aged could be linked with dementia later in life, researchers say. An analysis of existing data found an association between moderate to severe midlife anxiety and future incidence of the neurological disorder, according to research published in ...

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Raising super guarantee a mistake: Grattan

The Grattan Institute think tank is urging both sides of politics to drop the planned increase in the compulsory superannuation guarantee, saying Australians are already on track for adequate retirement incomes. Raising the compulsory contributions would not only reduce workers’ ...

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Be market ready or be left behind

From banking to private health, tertiary education, utilities, telecommunications and superannuation, over the last few decades Australia has seen the deregulation of whole sectors. Through these major changes, we have seen consolidation and a state of flux as sector participants ...

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Labor follows government Medicare levy hike axe

The Medicare levy will remain as is with both the Turnbull government and Labor walking away from a hike to fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Treasurer Scott Morrison has confirmed the extra 0.5 per cent increase from next year ...

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