Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
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A new study highlights the important role domestic violence survivors must play in shaping effective services and public policy response.
The first group of solar panels installed as part of the trial, affixed in December 2020, saved $200 each in energy bills within six months.
A revised strategy for QLD's second-largest city and the activities attached to or on its 170km of navigable waterways will be guided by community input. …
Shakespeare expert John Bell will deliver the ABC’s Boyer Lectures, examining the relevance of the bard’s life and work to 21st century issues. …
Marise Payne said ministers agreed on a new $6 million package of biosecurity cooperation to assist PNG in controlling animal disease.
Lorraine Finlay will be based in Canberra and commence her term at the Australian Human Rights Commission at the end of November.
In the past 12 months 3,318 people died from suicide — which is about three times the number of deaths from COVID-19.
Australian Health Protection Principal Committee underscores the need for proactive mental health support for international arrivals in quarantine.
Victoria outlaws Nazi symbols in a ‘landmark’ move to ‘stamp out hateful behaviour and boost human rights protections’.
Rex Patrick leads the call for the tax commissioner to produce information about the large Australian companies who received JobKeeper payments.
The sails of the Opera House will be lit with projections of the faces of Australia’s Olympic and Paralympic champions this weekend.
NSW government picks new Chief Magistrate, public sector leaders among Chief Executive Women new members, and more.
The role of Percy Spender, Australia’s former ambassador to the US in 1951, has been highlighted by Scott Morrison in his address to parliament about…
The state government’s focus on flourishing fish stocks in NSW has seen fines for people breaking the rules increase by 44% since 2018.
The merger of the two federal courts into the 'FCFC' is based on the rationale that combining the institutions would address ‘confusion, costs and delays’.
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