A bureaucratic effort to understand Australia’s climate risks appears to have slowed down.
Published on: GreenCareer

The WA Government is selling property and land data agency Landgate for $1.41 billion ...
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A former Renewal SA worker has become the first public servant charged with breaching ICAC secrecy rules.
Published on: GovernmentCareer - State

An NDIS inquiry has heard outsourcing is hobbling the agency’s work.
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Traditional owners in NSW have welcomed a doubling of the size of the Aboriginal-owned Mutawintji State Conservation Area.
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New research has revealed a 71 per cent decline in tiger sharks across Queensland’s coastline.
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Failures in Australia’s environmental laws have allowed the destruction of threatened species habitat.
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The Queensland Government has pledged to top up tanks for drought-ravaged Queensland residents who used their own water to fight bushfires.
Published on: WaterCareer

A Victorian council wants to re-route treated sewage for use on farms.
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One of the wettest places in WA is running dry, but a new pipeline is on the way.
Published on: WaterCareer

Salmon producer Tassal wants to test water cannons to move seals away from fish farming pens.
Published on: GreenCareer

Harvard has developed a new supercooling method to extend liver preservation time by more than a day.
Published on: EngineeringCareer

New prosthetics are being developed to give sensory feedback to the user, reducing phantom limb issues.
Published on: EngineeringCareer

Questions have been asked about links between Gold Coast councillors and property developers who had rental fees waived.
Published on: GovernmentCareer - Local

A new report shows very slow progress toward a gender balance in corporate leadership.
Published on: EducationCareer

The Senate has voted to establish a federal anti-corruption body.
Published on: EngineeringCareer

A Canberra developer will pay a fine of $180,000 after a schoolboy broke his neck on a worksite.
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The National Farmers Federation has again called for quadbike safety regulations.
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WA WorkSafe is running a sweep of high risk pressure vessels in workplaces.
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A new research facility will attempt to trap atoms to protect Australia’s groundwater.
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One of Australia’s top spy chiefs has warned foreign interference is a bigger threat than terrorism.
Published on: ExecutiveCareer

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