The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its 2012 World Energy Outlook, concluding that the global energy map is changing in a ‘dramatic fashion’ and that changes will recast expectations about the role of different countries, regions and fuels in the global energy system over the coming decades.

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Two innovative Australian methods of carbon accounting in the architecture and engineering sectors have been established to be leaders in the global field according to recent research of international conducted by Curtin and Murdoch Universities.

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A report released by the Australian Solar Council (ASC) and WWF has found that making Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) funded projects additional to the Renewable Energy Target (RET) would result in a renewables sector boom at little to no cost to consumers.

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The Federal Government has announced a series of three new water purchasing tenders in the Queensland Lower Balonne region of the Murray-Darling Basin.

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Children born prematurely are significantly more likely to suffer brain developmental problems in their teenage years, according to new research conducted by the University of Adelaide.

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Leading financial and economic expert Professor Jennifer Corbett has been appointed as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Research Training) at the Australian National University.

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Tasmania will now have a single, statewide water and sewerage entity following the passage of legislation through State Parliament.

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The Tasmanian Government has tabled legislation before State Parliament that it says paves the way for major reforms of the State’s electricity industry.

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The Tasmanian Government has successfully passed mental health legislation that seeks to ensure human rights of mental health consumers are strictly observed.

 

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The South Australian Government has announced it will grant the extension to the indenture for the BHP Billiton Olympic Dam expansion works.

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The South Australian Government has called on South Australians to help identify key areas where Government can make more major cuts to regulatory burden.

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New results released by the Council of Australian Governments’ (COAG) Reform Council show a ‘baffling gap’ in the engagement of young Australians in work and study.

 

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Mount Isa’s new Doppler weather radar has officially commenced operations, providing forecasting and coverage to the densely populated town centre and large areas of Queensland’s northwest for the first time.

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A team of researchers from the Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (CO2CRC) based out of the University of Melbourne have developed a novel method of capturing carbon capturing carbon dioxide that promises to reduce the cost of separating and storing the gas.

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Teleworking is not only increasing the nation’s productivity, but also improving our general wellbeing according to new research released by the University of Melbourne’s Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society (IBES).

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The new Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) is set to discover as many as 700,000 new galaxies, according to scientists from the University of Westenr Australia.

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The country’s major airports should do more to facilitate the efficient movement of freight, according to the Australian Logistics Council (ALC).

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The South Australian Government has tabled legislation before Parliament that would aim to streamline communications and decision sharing over future health care, accommodation and personal matters.

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An alarming percentage of working Australians are working an extra half hour a day in unpaid overtime, according to a new survey conducted by The Australia Institute.

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The Australian Renewable Energy Agency’s (ARENA) has released its inaugural funding strategy, marking the beginning of its investing in renewable energy technologies in Australia.

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The Federal government has announced the appointment of Chris Jordan as Commissioner of Taxation for a seven-year period, starting in January next year.

 

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