Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
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The federal government claims that its national climate change plan will position Australia as a ‘new energy economy leader' in Southeast Asia and the Indo-Pacific.
The PM will be flying with industry, energy and emissions reduction minister Angus Taylor to meet with world leaders with climate change action top of…
Queensland is to establish a new independent inspector role, held by the state ombud, to have oversight of the state’s detention facilities.
The federal government has reinstated country-specific travel advice levels for 177 destinations for safe overseas travel.
A $3.5 million Defence project uses modified Land 121 40M cargo trucks equipped with autonomous leader-follower vehicle technology. …
The Victorian Bar Association has admonished new state legislation to change laws around pandemic management and state of emergency powers.
Of those new 800 new employees, a career structure plan will also be applied to help build a ‘lived experience workforce’.
The WTO has established a panel to oversee a dispute settlement process over the anti-dumping duties that Beijing imposed on Australian wine imports.
The APS is turning its mind to building stronger cultures of trust, overcoming bad attitudes to presenteeism, and achieving ‘right to disconnect’ measures.
Ensuring government integrity and accountability is as simple as understanding that the history of corruption has been the history of power.
OECD participants will end export credit support for unabated coal-fired power plants, in support of the goals of the upcoming COP26.
A simplified process to access government carbon funding under the Emissions Reduction Fund will mean more jobs for plantation and farm forestry projects.
In an open letter to public servants, Peter Woolcott and Phil Gaetjens have signalled the start of a gradual return of staff to the physical…
Scott Morrison promises rural Australia he will ‘get the balance right’ with national action on climate change.
Australia’s commitment to ensuring Cambodia walks the path of a ‘free and fair democratic nation’ has been underscored by foreign minister Marise Payne.
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