Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
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A new report has highlighted economic, mental health and infrastructure issues for some of the nation’s largest growth areas.
As cities open up and local incentives are made to get patrons back into bars and restaurants, positive ground on food waste is being lost.
An Australian study about the perceptions of ‘positives’ of government measures in 2020 has revealed a grateful and resilient public attitude.
Public input is sought for a new draft instrument that sets out data holders and datasets proposed for designation under the Consumer Data Right reform.
The federal government plans on appointing a new commission to end family, domestic and sexual violence, using a multi-million dollar investment.
The second edition of Our Watch’s ‘Change the story’ has extra emphasis on how to shift the broader social, political, and economic factors behind violence.
More than 500 individual complaints were received from victims of telco related fraud in the past financial year, the telco ombud report.
A consistent way to address domestic violence has never been adopted. One expert proposes different funding models may just be the key.
New powers relating to Image-Based Abuse Scheme rules have been introduced to better protect victims of 'sextortion'.
Researchers raise the alarm over the federal government’s idea of producing fossil fuel hydrogen as a carbon emissions reduction ‘plan’.
CivVic, one of LaunchVic's newest programs, will create more opportunities for start-ups to collaborate with the Victorian government.
Nearly two-thirds of ACT residents have ensured their drink containers avoid ending up as litter and landfill by using the CDS.
A new study by Australian scientists has been published underscoring the need for a third booster within one year after a full primary vaccination schedule.
The document will be open for public comment via the Standards Australia Connect portal until December 3, 2021.
Australia’s foreign and trade ministers this week have met with regional counterparts to foster stronger ties and map a post pandemic path.
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