SA Police has suspended the collection of fines for running a red light.
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The Federal Government has reduced funding for the body that audits its spending.
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The Federal Government says public sector staffing will rise for the next year, before being cut back.
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The major local government lobby has welcomed Federal Budget stimulus.
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Councils are being encouraged to tell authorities about heavy vehicle access issues.
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The Federal Government has announced a $1 billion injection into university research.
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The new environment budget has been criticised for lacking new renewables funding.
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The Federal Budget commits $2 billion to water infrastructure.
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Environment minister Sussan Ley has announced $67.4 million for oceans and marine ecosystems.
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Breakthroughs in the understanding of black holes have been honoured with this year’s Nobel Prize in physics.
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Experts say climate change is driving unprecedented rise in sea temperatures.
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Changing water levels in Western Australia’s Fitzroy River are impacting freshwater sawfish growth and survival, new research shows.
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Supercharged “clones” of bacteria appear to be to blame for the resurgence of scarlet fever.
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A new dam could put a particular rare turtle at risk.
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The NSW Government has signed off on a koala protection policy that briefly tore apart the state’s LNP.
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New research shows female whale sharks are the world’s largest fish.
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This week’s National Safe Work Month focus is on navigating mental health through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Australian researchers have a developed a cement-free concrete that could solve old sewage problems.
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The Federal Government has cut a deal for the passage of its university course funding changes.
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The Federal Government has unveiled a $1.2 billion wage subsidy scheme for trainees and apprentices.
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Alan Tudge has dismissed his own ‘criminal’ conduct as mere ‘commentary’.
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