New research shows women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields are facing barriers that require attitude changes and additional support.
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An Australian professor has been given a unique role in a new NASA mission.
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Queensland foreign-owned companies are concerned about a new State tax.
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Australia’s largest live export company Wellard is selling a ship to help shore up its finances.
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The Coalition says it is committed to a plan to change capital gains tax for expats, despite the window for its initial bill closing.
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MIT has announced plans to set up a new research centre in Adelaide's Lot Fourteen CBD innovation precinct.
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison continues to resist plans to increase the dole.
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Questions are being asked after the exodus of several board members from the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
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Business groups and the stock market are celebrating the passage of $158 billion in personal income tax cuts.
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The Prime Minister has ordered an investigation into the new jobs of former MPS.
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Tasmania’s Derwent Valley Council is investigating a mysterious cull of 16 birds.
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The NSW Government has extended the window for planning new medium density housing.
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Geoscience Australia says budget cuts and increased costs have left it seeking $5 million in savings.
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Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says having access to encrypted messages is already helping.
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The Victorian Government has been criticised over plans to collect data from mobile phones.
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The Morrison government has introduced a bill to make deregistering unions and disqualifying officials easier.
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A senior Victorian policeman faces charges of leaking information this week.
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More than 500 Sydney council workers have walked off the job over concerns about the weed killer Roundup.
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A group of rugby league players are considering legal action over the NRL's treatment of concussions.
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Sydney Water says bills will be lower following the release of its Price Proposal 2020-24.
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Environmentalists have removed 40 tonnes of rubbish from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Published on: GreenCareer

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