NAB has picked up the former chief of the Royal bank of Scotland as its new CEO.
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The unemployment rate remains at 5.2 per cent, despite the creation of 500 jobs in June.
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The world’s biggest, heaviest gold coin, crafted by the Perth Mint, is now at the New York Stock Exchange.
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Queensland students claim their grades have dropped in the move to the ATAR system.
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There is strong criticism of a Victorian Government plan to boost diversity in local councils.
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The Prime Minister has promised to set up a new parliamentary committee for rural and regional Australia.
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The ACTU says the Coalition’s union crackdown could breach international conventions.
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State and federal ministers are working on nationally consistent building standards.
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Thousands of NSW health workers will strike next month, demanding better security after a spike in violent attacks.
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The Australian Federal Police says raids on journalists are not designed to pressure the media.
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The Federal Government says APRA can do its job properly, despite a detailed report showing it is not.
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Two Australian universities have been linked to technology used to carry out mass human rights abuses.
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A new website has ben set up to end overfishing in EU waters.
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Australian researchers have developed a world-first vaccine for beestings.
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A pre-emptive intervention for babies with early signs of autism appears successful.
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New research has uncovered the parenting habits of one of our earliest ancestors.
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South Australia has increased River Murray water allocations for irrigators.
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CSIRO has discovered Australia’s ‘once in a century drought’ in the early 1900s caused mass ecosystem collapse.
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Nationals leader Michael McCormack wants more dams and weirs in regional Australia.
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The New South Wales Government may reclassify old growth forest to open it up to the timber industry.
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The Queensland Government is planning a crackdown on ‘ghost nets’.
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