The Federal Government is investing in the Australian manufacturing industry ...
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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank have been publicly shamed for banking code breaches.
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Scott Morrison has hinted at a return to offices for public servants across Australia.
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The federal audit office says it needs more funding.
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The WA Government is establishing a new whole-of-government Cyber Security Operations Centre.
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Two Northern Territory police officers have been charged with drug offences.
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Queensland's Sports Minister Mick de Brenni is tackling the state’s own ‘sports rorts’.
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The Shire of East Pilbara president has been awarded a local government medal.
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Wollongong City Council has been ordered to pay over $600,000 in damages after a man was injured on a mountain walkway.
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Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale has been sentenced to seven and a half years' jail.
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Charles Darwin University (CDU) has revealed plans to cut 5 per cent of its workforce.
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The Federal Government says $326 million will pay for 12,000 new places at Australian universities.
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The Queensland Government has approved what will be the state's third-largest coal mine.
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The NSW planning commission has approved the $3.6 billion Narrabri gas project.
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WA’s Water Minister has slammed claims Kalgoorlie-Boulder has ‘Australia's most expensive water’.
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Queensland farmers says water policies may determine their votes at the upcoming state election.
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Australian researchers will be tracking turtles from space to better manage their environment around a busy port.
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The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has declared that La Niña is here.
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Experts are investigating the deaths of more than 100,000 fish at the Salmon Ponds trout hatchery in Tasmania.
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The Prime Minister says global efforts to increase biodiversity are inconsistent with Australia’s policies.
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Researchers have collected important data from the mass stranding of whales in Tasmania.
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