Australia’s major media outlets have slammed an AFP proposal that would require journalists to hand over classified information without a search warrant.
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The Tasmanian Government is being pressured to update some of its ICT services.
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Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has scrambled to respond to a mistake that saw it ship out a dev tool to users’ Android devices.
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Chevron has kicked off the multi-billion-dollar sale of its one-sixth stake in Australia's largest producing oil and gas project, the North West Shelf.
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The Reserve Bank says the scheduled rise in compulsory superannuation would be costly.
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The Federal Government wants to cut off student loans for those who fail more than half of their subjects.
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Questions have been asked about a small business ombudsman’s awarding of contracts to a Liberal-linked firm without tender.
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New research has found that the TAFE system supports $92.5 billion in annual economic benefits.
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A new report has called for significant changes at the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).
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Australia’s major parties have decided there is no need for a binding code of conduct for politicians.
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A report into a tumultuous era that saw the entire Perth council sacked has now been finalised.
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The NSW Government has updated its Model Code of Conduct for Local Councils.
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Questions are being asked about a Sydney senior councillor’s links to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
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The NT Government appears to be falling short on its billion dollar remote Indigenous housing project.
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South Australian MP Troy Bell will face trial for allegedly misappropriating $2 million of public funds.
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Findings from the Dawn spacecraft suggest that the dwarf planet Ceres is an ocean world.
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Monash University technology has been used to purify brackish water and seawater in less than 30 minutes.
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Many early and mid-career researchers fear their careers are at risk due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Experts say collaboration is key to rebuilding coral reefs.
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The Northern Land Council (NLC) has worked out a timeline to negotiate and lock in the sea-country rights of traditional owners with the NT Government.
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The Federal Government appears to be walking away from its Water for Fodder scheme.
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