The Western Australian Government has announced it has granted approval for the $1.8 billion proposal by Rio Tinto to increase and extend the life of its Yandicoogina Iron Ore project in the Pilbara.

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The Western Australian Government has announced it has reached an agreement with the Federal Government on the construction of the new $9.5 million Wiluna Health Clinic.

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The Western Australian Government has welcomed the newest cohort of mine safety inspectors, with 13 new recruits added to the inspectorate.

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Legislation that caps the costs of Queensland’s Solar Bonus Scheme have come into effect, with State Energy Minister, Mark McArdle, saying that the changes would minimise the cost to Queensland householders and businesses.

 

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The Queensland Government has released the Expression of Interest (EOI) for the new Broadwater Marine Project on the Godl Coast.

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The New South Wales Government has announced the start of construction of a new, high-tech data centre at Unaderra.

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The Federal Government has passed a series of Bills that aim to deliver a wide range of improvements to superannuation law. The reforms include capital gains tax relief and measures that implement the Government's Stronger Super commitments.

 

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The Federal Government has issued a dire warning to prospective Victorian TAFE students, saying that the State Government's $300 million in funding cuts to the sector amounts to sabotage to the state's education and training sector.

 

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The Federal Government has announced $31 million in funding for the University of Wollongong's Early Start - Changing Children's Futures project aimed at improving the quality of early childhood education and research, with an additional $7 million being contributed from a philanthropic donor.

 

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The World Bank has released findings that show the planet is on course for a 4 degree increase in temperature by 2100 unless immediate and decisive action is taken.

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Swimming Australia has announced it has accepted the resignation of Chief Executive, Kevin Neil.

 

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The Western Australian local government sector has been rocked by more uncertainty after the CEO of the Shire of Ashburton was sacked over misgivings over his conduct.

 

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WorkCover South Australia has announced the appointment of Greg McCarthy as the agency’s new Chief Executive Officer.

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First home buyers are more likely to seek advice from a professional mortgage broker than their parents, but prefer the advice of their parents if they have to pay for it according to the latest research conducted by Mortgage Choice.

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Customer satisfaction with the nation’s largest banks have skyrocketed to their highest ever levels, marking the fourth consecutive month that Roy Morgan Research has tracked a positive upswing in consumer sentiment in the area.

 

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The nation’s business leaders, academic experts and leaders in Asian education have joined Federal School Education Minister, Peter Garrett, at the second Ministerial Roundtable on Asian Literacy.

 

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Improving the performance of the nation’s schools could deliver benefits more than twice the current annual economic output, according to an analysis conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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The Federal Government has released the long-awaited final Murray-Darling Basin Plan, with Federal Water Minister, Tony Burke, committing to 3200 gigalitres of environmental flow.

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The Federal Government has announced that its share of the $2.8 billion in pay increases for the nation’s social and community sector workers (SACS) have begun to roll out throughout Australia.

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Between the period of 1999 and 2007, nearly twice the number of boys were hospitalised as a result of an injury than girls, according to a new report released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).

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The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has kaunched a new iPhone app that is designed to give users better access to health information.

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