A former head of the public service says power prices would be lower under an emissions trading scheme.
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AEMO has opened registrations for participation in its virtual power plant (VPP) demonstration program.
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Apple is offering a $US1 million reward to anyone who can pull off a specific iPhone hack.
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An Australian health expert says there are still some deliberate efforts being made to exclude women from leadership roles.
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The latest IPCC report suggests mankind may have to change the way it eats.
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There have been over 1,000 reports of abuse in Australia’s defence force since the beginning of 2017.
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A new task force formed by the federal and NSW governments aims to smooth the closure of AGL's ageing Liddell power station.
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The Coalition has brought forward a review that it says will help reduce domestic gas costs.
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Australia’s new spy boss takes the position after decades in tech security.
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New research shows marine heatwaves are a much bigger threat to coral reefs than previously thought.
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Australians with a disability have an opportunity to share their experiences as part of a new review of NDIS wait times.
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A South Australian man has been sentenced to 2 years and 4 months jail for attempting to obtain nearly $1.5 million in false ATO refunds.
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ABS stats show Newstart recipients' standard of living is going backwards.
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APRA has fined Westpac for failing to meet legal obligations to report data.
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The RBA governor says Australia’s economy may have reached a “gentle turning point”.
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Having medical students wear a ‘fat suit’ can help destigmatise obesity, German researchers say.
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Experts say compulsory sports carnival participation could put children off exercise for life.
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Thousands of university students have skipped classes to call for urgent action on climate change.
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An international student at uni in Brisbane has received a warning from Chinese authorities.
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New data shows over 120,000 welfare recipients had payments suspended despite having a valid reason.
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HealthEngine - an app used nationwide for a range of sensitive duties - is facing huge penalties.
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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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