Basslink has been ordered to pay the Tasmanian Government almost $40 million in compensation...
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Scientists have made diamonds in a laboratory at room temperature, in a matter of minutes.
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Safework NSW has launched a crackdown on ‘dirty dunnies’.
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Safe Work Australia says with Summer rolling around again, workers should be reminded of the risks of working in heat and in air pollution.
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Reports say global energy giants have influenced Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BOM).
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Officials say US diplomats were hit with ‘pulsed’ energy weapons.
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New research suggests most aged care medication is going unchecked.
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Authorities are cracking down after a spike in solar panel-related house fires in NSW.
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The UN has thanked Australian states for their net zero commitments, but not the Federal Government.
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With COVID-19 vaccinations on the way for the US and UK, Australian authorities say locals must wait a little bit longer.
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New funds have been provided for a range of potentially ground-breaking studies.
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Electronics retailer Kogan has been fined over claims made in a tax time promotion.
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A new report says consumers have seen record broadband speeds during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Services Australia is spending $19 million on new specialist ICT services.
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Victoria has banned Commonwealth’s Dollarmites scheme and other “low-quality” school banking programs.
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Australia’s big east coast LNG exporters will soon face formal price controls for the first time.
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Bravus, formerly Adani, has paid a $26,000 fine for “misinterpreting” its environmental approval conditions.
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A new report finds no country – whether rich or poor – is immune from the health impacts of worsening climate change.
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A disturbing new study has found evidence of self-harm among primary school children
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Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is trying to stop asylum seekers suing the Federal Government for neglect.
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The Federal Government is attempting to allow police to hack into computer networks.
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Our cars are being programmed to kill us.