Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
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Australia’s chief medical officer Professor Paul Kelly has announced that he will be extending the ACT’s classification as a COVID hotspot to midnight on 17…
A plan to ‘crackdown on dodgy sales tactics’ — specifically door-to-door sales — in Victoria’s solar industry has now come into effect.
From this month, single-use plastic straws, stirrers, cutlery, plates and unenclosed bowls will no longer be provided for free from take-away vendors in Queensland.
A report tabled in parliament by the joint standing committee on treaties recommends Australia implement the global framework for controlling mercury.
A Chinese company improperly benefited from the conduct of a former Australian public servant working for the Department of Agriculture, the integrity commissioner has found.
The death of Aboriginal man David Dungay Jnr while in custody is the subject of a complaint brought by his mother Leetona Dungay to the…
C.1.2, a new potential cluster of viral COVID variants first detected in South Africa, has accumulated a high number of mutations, says the country.
The PM promised Lt Gen John Frewen ‘direct operational control’ of all government resources relevant to the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine scheme.
Government systems had perceived Najeeba Wazefadost as something less favourable. In Australia, all she has done is give back to the community.
Funds that have failed the government’s test will be required to notify their members of underperformance by 27 September.
Nine local councils in Queensland will receive funding for maintenance and capital projects along the state's 72,000km stock route network.
Passengers have reported improved ‘safety and security’ on the NSW public transport system, in the latest customer satisfaction survey.
Australia will receive 500,000 additional doses of the Pfizer vaccine from Singapore next week, and pay back Singapore in kind in December.
Six local small businesses have been named as recipients of the Defence Global Competitiveness grants program, sharing in more than $1.2 million.
The US Education Department will be opening civil rights investigations into states that have either banned or limited mask-wearing requirements in schools.
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