Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
By Melissa Coade
The Western Australian government has announced it will be deploying ‘career practitioners’ across 70 high schools in the state.
New satellite imagery and underwater mapping produces the most detailed information about the terrain of the Great Barrier Reef to date.
Reverend Tim Costello has welcomed a pledge from the federal government to give 40 million additional COVID-19 vaccines to developing nations.
A $25.6 million commitment from the Australian government will give young professionals experience in international institutions from more than 40 other nations.
Dan Tehan has urged nations to overcome their ‘self interest’ and focus on the fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to all countries around the world.
A new report says no additional environmental safeguards are required to mitigate the risks of onshore gas-extraction projects in Australia.
An expert explains the magnitude-6 earthquake that rattled the nerves of Victorians and others living on Australia’s east coast on Wednesday.
Scott Morrison has said that pursuing freedom is a shared commitment between Australia and the US, and that the partnership offered security benefits.
ACT’s 2021-22 Budget will commit $26 million to expand specialist homeless support services that were introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Farm businesses in Victoria will be exempt from state planning provisions that require a permit to build on-farm accommodation for up to 10 people.
A new centre will be established to routinely monitor dementia care in Australia thanks to a $38.5 million injection of federal money.
The new trilateral AUKUS security partnership has been described by Australia’s ambassador to the ASEAN as an asset to regional security in the Indo-Pacific.
Matthew Rimmer shares his views about what the changing attitudes to a proposed patent waiver for COVID-19 vaccines means for vaccinating the world.
Tiwi Partners Pty Ltd has been picked by the federal government to build a $7 million explosive ordnance storage facility in Darwin.
A $50 million four-year plan to address cyber security capability and tackle ‘the growing threat of cybercrime’ was unveiled in Victoria on Monday.
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