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Where inflation hit hardest

fruit and veggies

Where inflation hit hardest

Tobacco, domestic travel and fruit responsible for biggest increases.

Alcohol consumption slides

Alcohol consumption slides

Alcohol consumption slides

Australian alcohol consumption is down to record lows, according to the ABS.

How Australians are getting older

How Australians are getting older

How Australians are getting older

Australians are getting older – with one in six Australians now aged over 65.

Pensioners left on Census hold

man on the phone calling for Census form

Pensioners left on Census hold

Will you receive your Census forms on time?

Do you have a sugar addiction?

Pile of white sugar spelling out the word sugar are you addicted to sugar

Do you have a sugar addiction?

Find out how you can cut back on the sweet stuff.

Asset-rich but living in poverty

Asset-rich but living in poverty

Asset-rich but living in poverty

Around 1.2 million asset-rich older Australians are living in poverty.

GP waiting times fall

GP waiting time fall

GP waiting times fall

A decrease in the waiting time to see a GP has been reported.

Patients skip dentist due to cost

Patients skip dentist due to cost

Patients skip dentist due to cost

Many patients are skipping important dental appointments because they can be so costly.

Pensioners cost of living win

Pensioners cost of living win, ABS, Statistics, Seniors, Australia, Centrelink, Age Pension

Pensioners cost of living win

The cost of living for pensioners rose only 1.1 per cent, 0.5 per cent below ...

What does cost of living mean?

What does cost of living mean, CPI, ABS, Indices, Age Pension, Centrelink, Affects, Australia, Seniors

What does cost of living mean?

A recent news item in the Age is very useful in highlighting the difference between the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) living cost indices. Confused? Read on for our plain-English explanation and how this affects those on an Age ...

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