Reports say police face-matching software used during the Commonwealth Games was rushed and ineffective.
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Sydney could be just a few weeks away from water restrictions.
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Residents of Palm Island off North Queensland have been told not to drink their tap water.
Published on: GreenCareer

Authorities are responding to the growing silicosis issue in the stone industry.
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The Department of Human Services (DHS) has wiped a $4,000 Centrelink ‘robo-debt’ just before a legal challenge.
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The Royal Commission into Aged Care looks at the experiences of people with dementia this week.
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The NT Government is denying its people a power price cut recommended by the national regulator.
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A new pilot project is turning human waste into energy.
Published on: GreenCareer

Australian engineers have come up with a way to use a diamond nanoparticle as a thermometer.
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The Queensland Government has rejected Adani’s plan to protect an endangered bird.
Published on: GreenCareer

The Bureau of Meteorology is working to revolutionise weather forecasting in WA.
Published on: GreenCareer

The ABC officially has a new managing director.
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Two big protests over the weekend showed anti-fossil fuel sentiment remains strong.
Published on: GreenCareer

The East Perth Power station is to be lifted out of abandonment, the WA Government says.
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A 160,000-year-old jawbone found in a Tibetan cave shows one of our ancestors travelled much further than we thought.
Published on: EducationCareer

Research suggests drug detection dogs increase the risk of unsafe drug practices.
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The taxi industry has launched a class action alleging that Uber operated illegally in Australia.
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Australia’s media union says journalists are being hampered by defamation laws, suppression orders and national security laws.
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Facebook and Google continue to funnel most of their money out of Australia to the low-tax haven of Singapore.
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Nine has sold more than 160 regional newspapers to a former Fairfax employee.
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Analysts say lifting mandatory super to 12 per cent will strip $20 billion a year out of wages.
Published on: ExecutiveCareer

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