The Federal Government has announced that it will phase out the Solar Credits mechanism six months ahead of schedule.

 

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27 per cent of mothers who return to work after the birth of their child relied on grandparents as the main care for their child, according to a new report released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

 

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The Federal Government has launched a new pilot program aimed at incentivising businesses to hire mature age Australians.

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The total global area affected by drought has not expanded over the past 60 years, according to new research released by the Australian National University (ANU).

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The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has expressed its skepticism over the recent ABS Housing Finance figures, saying that despite a slight increase in the result, the results are patchy at best.

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Telecommunications provider My Net Fone (MFN) has announced it has acquired Connexus, a Melbourne based internet service provider (ISP), for a reported $4.75 million.

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The Federal Government has opened applications for over $17 million in project funding aimed to better connect Australia’s aged care system with the health and hospital system.

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The Federal Government has announced a medicine used to treat chronic nerve pain will be made available on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).

 

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The Australian National University (ANU) has unveiled the world’s 24th most powerful research supercomputer, with a processing power equivalent to 30,000 desktop computers working in tandem. 

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The country’s top apprentices, trainees, training providers, vocational trachers and businesses have been recognised for their commitment to training excellence at the 2012 Australian Training Awards.

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Nearly half of the government-funded drug treatment episodes in 2011 were for alcohol use, according to a new report released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).

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The Tasmanian Government has announced the appointment of Gain Austin as the new CEO of the Tasmanian Health Organisation (THO-NW).

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The National Broadband Network Co (NBN Co) has announced Broken Hill, in NSW’s far west, has been selected as the location for the next NBN satellite ground station.

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The National Broadband Network Co (NBN Co) has hauled the first fibre optic cable in Western Australia, with initial works expected to deliver services to 17,000 premises in Geraldton.

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The nation’s second largest DSL ISP has rolled out its own super-fast broadband service in Victoria across its own hybrid-fibre coaxial (HFC) network. 

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A recent study cited by Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA) has found significant and widespread releases of methane and carbon dioxide concentrations around a coal seam gas field near Tara, Queensland.

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The Northern Territory has commissioned a $1.7 million pilot vessel to be designed to enhance Darwin Port's capacity to handle upcoming oil and gas projects.

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RMIT University has unveiled a new OHS game at its inaugural Games for Change Festival in Melbourne.

 

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The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has released the final position paper on economic regulation of network service providers and price regulation of gas services.

 

The Victorian Government has announced the start of two key studies into the proposed Hastings Port development.

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The Federal Government has officially proclaimed the world's largest set of marine environment parks and reserves, with Federal Environment Minister, Tony Burke, saying 2.3 million square kilometres of ocean are now protected.

 

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