The ACCC has approved plans for 27 South Australian businesses to bulk buy electricity.
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Swiss voters have backed billions of dollars in subsidies for renewable energy and a ban on new nuclear plants.
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Federal Government departments are working to improve the much maligned myGov system.
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Australian researchers have helped created the world’s thinnest hologram – a big step in efforts to integrate 3D holography into everyday electronics.
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Australia has purchased two high-performance storage solutions to provide an advanced data platform for researchers.
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Medical research could already be suffering under Australia’s new visa laws.
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The Federal Government is close to introducing new revenge porn laws.
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Wikipedia has changed its Australian front page to raise awareness of copyright reform.
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NBN has purchased over 15,000km of copper cabling in an investment likened to buying steam trains.
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Experts say we need to ask difficult questions about how to reduce the number of Australian children in out-of-home care.
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The Queensland Government wants to sweeten its deal with Adani by offering a “royalties holiday” worth hundreds of millions of dollars, but not everyone is on board.
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Researchers say Australia is not facing a gas shortfall crisis.
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A leak from an offshore oil well in WA has been publicly reported more than a year after it happened.
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The WA Government is looking to ban unvaccinated kids from childcare centres.
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Evidence from a remote cave on Australia’s north coast has confirmed human occupation of the region 50,000 years ago.
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South Australia has launched its own version of the Safe Schools anti-bullying program.
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The ATO is focusing on multinational companies it says are in the “red zone” for tax deductions and cross-border “related party loans”.
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UBS analysis suggests mortgage brokers are a relic of a previous age.
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State education ministers are standing against the Turnbull government’s new school funding model.
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ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston has been accused of conspiring to “defraud the Commonwealth”.
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The Queensland Government has introduced new fines for developers who demolish heritage buildings.
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