Queensland researchers are working on technology to restore damaged bones.
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Researchers say stereotypical masculine traits do not seem to be linked to testosterone levels.
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The Queensland Government is allowing Adani to defer payment of royalties on its Carmichael mine.
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The South Australian health department has been accused of having an “ageist” culture.
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Queensland Health payroll problems have seen staff overpaid by nearly $110 million in recent years.
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Health Minister Greg Hunt has knocked back calls for Medicare-funded health services in a notorious youth lock-up.
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Australian intelligence agencies will soon launch their own satellite.
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Rooftop space on Queensland's public buildings could power the state with solar energy, a new report says.
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A new national cryopreservation service has been created to improve access to fertility care for young cancer patients.
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Private university JMC Academy has been accused of “serious contraventions” of the Fair Work Act.
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Reports this week reveal a cycle of donating and favouring between charities and the Liberal party.
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Individual Australians significantly increased their giving in the 2017-18 financial year.
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Australians will soon see the world’s first dollar that is designed to be donated.
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Consumer advocates say Australian households are struggling to cope with rising power bills.
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There is a new leader for Victoria’s Department of Premier and Cabinet after the resignation of Chris Eccles this week.
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Mike Pezzullo says national security threats require deeper links between governments and the governed.
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Over 120 people have joined a class action against the Tasmanian Government.
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Assistant Treasurer Michael Sukkar and former minister Kevin Andrews have been cleared of misusing Commonwealth funds.
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Warrnambool City Council has been chastised for using ratepayer funds to buy espresso martinis.
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Councils are discussing plans for a cross-border recycling facility between Victoria and South Australia.
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The CEO of the Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) is resigning.
Published on: GovernmentCareer - Local

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