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1. Keep it simple.
  • Enter a single keyword as a starting point. For example forecasts will find all articles that include the keyword forecasts.
2. Make it more relevant.
  • Sort by date or relevance using the drop down menu on Right Hand Side of the results page.
  • Add a keyword. For example forecasts fx will give you articles which include the keywords forecasts and fx.
  • Refine your results by checking a box or boxes in the options on the Right Hand Side of the results page. For instance, limit your search to articles published in the last week by checking the box next to last 7 days.
  • Use quotes to find an exact phrase. For example "interest rates" or "reserve bank".
  • Exclude words you don't want using AND NOT. For example property AND NOT housing.

3. Expand your search.
  • Use the wildcard * to conduct partial word searches. For example forecast* will find articles including the keywords forecast, forecasts, forecasters or forecasting.
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  • Boolean search operators are AND, OR, and AND NOT. Default is AND if no operator is included in search string