The ACTU president is set to address a minimum wage case for the first time in decades.
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Australian scientists say the internet’s ‘trustability’ protocols are severely broken.
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The Food Safety Information Council has some tips for keeping democracy sausages safe this weekend.
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Experts say Australia is in a STEM teaching crisis.
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A new study suggests prison sentences do not significantly reduce rates of future violent crime.
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Local researchers have identified 70 previously unknown genes that contribute to people developing serious mental health disorders.
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The Queensland government is seeking a further review of Adani’s groundwater plans.
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An underground coal gasification (UCG) plant is bidding for a contract previously held by a renewable energy project.
Published on: GreenCareer

A plan has been put forth to re-regulate South Australia’s energy sector.
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The Federal Government has been warned of measles vaccine shortages.
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The competition regulator has allowed GSK’s proposed acquisition of Pfizer’s consumer healthcare business in Australia to continue.
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The competition regulator has opposed the planned merger of TPG and Vodaphone.
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The Department of Human Services has restructured its chief information officer group.
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A new robot is monitoring environmental water quality in Queensland.
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The Federal Government wants to pay companies to test space equipment in Australia.
Published on: EngineeringCareer

Facebook is attempting to bolster the accountability and transparency of political content in the current federal election campaign.
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Foodora owes nearly $8 million in unpaid wages and superannuation, but is expected to pay only a small fraction to its former employees.
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Australia's meat processors want either side of politics to focus on soaring energy costs and labour shortages.
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The Morrison government wants to reduce power prices by 25 per cent.
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Research suggests scanning the whole bodies of people with newly diagnosed cancers may a quicker and cheaper way of detecting cancer that has spread.
Published on: HealthCareer

New stats show a drop in antibiotic use for the first time in decades, but overuse still persists.
Published on: HealthCareer

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