Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
By Melissa Coade
It's a poor assumption to believe the women’s safety summit in September made the complex social, cultural and systemic issues that put women at risk…
Dr Satyendra Prasad expressed concern about the more than 13,000 nuclear weapons around the world, many remaining in a state of ‘high operational alert’.
The PJCIS has tabled a report in parliament endorsing the urgent passage of law reforms to protect Australia’s critical infrastructure from cyber threats. …
Marise Payne has confirmed that Australia will stand for re-election to the International Telecommunication Union at a conference in Romania.
Cyber criminals are watching how governments are relying on digital solutions to address contact tracing and proof of vaccination purposes.
Australia’s Antarctic Division has completed the build of a 400-kilogram drill that will extract a scientifically significant ice core in Antarctica.
The PM will establish a loan facility to support Australia’s bid to tap into recoverable reserves of the minerals used in advanced technologies.
Housing advocates warn that the poor thermal performance of homes in South Australia is associated with more than 600 deaths each year.
Stuart Robert’s vision of Australia being recognised as a ‘leading digital economy’ by 2030 is one step closer with eftpos getting TDIF accreditation.
The NSW government has accepted all the recommendations of a review into rural and remote incentives for state public schools.
Aged care advocates have called for federal leadership on when COVID rules can ease for nursing homes in line with relaxing other public health restrictions.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian declared the submarine program would undermine ‘peace and stability’ in Asia Pacific.
Senator Rex Patrick has proposed an amendment that will challenge keeping the deliberations of the national cabinet secret.
A group of top diplomatic representatives to Australia has signed a letter to the PM calling for urgent action on climate change.
Somewhere in Canberra a former public servant is giving vulnerable Afghan civilians the chance of escape and being safely settled Australia.
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