Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
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In WA, the Coalition is promising more than 3,600 new jobs and two strategic projects for the critical minerals sector…
Scott Morrison has reflected on the enduring ‘bonds of friendship and family’ on the 80th anniversary of official diplomatic relations with the Netherlands. …
NSW says 81 board positions for its State Owned Corporation and Public Financial Corporation will be subject to new gender targets.
The government pledges $100 million for two new patrol boats built in WA and $150 million for 33 upgrade projects for neglected roads in remote…
Australia's health minister has said $3 million will go to mobile medical services for people experiencing homelessness.
A new bee tech challenge is inviting innovators to develop ready-to-go technology to help Australia’s $147 million honey production industry. Applications close at midday on April…
Asserting the Coalition ‘gets regional Australia’, Scott Morrison says a future for the forestry industry will be secured.
The APSC's Patrick Hetherington has underscored the challenge of attracting talent in a tight labour market.
Economist and former Liberal MP Peter Hendy is the new CEO of a representative group for independent higher education institutions. …
A new national advisory council will support the best practice regulation of Australia’s vocational education and training sector.
Australia’s minister for international development and the Pacific has biparitsan blessing to visit the Solomon Islands to raise concerns Beijing wants to station its navy…
Two domestic oil refineries in Queensland and Victoria will match the Coalition’s pledge of a $250 million total government investment for major infrastructure upgrades.
Various government department websites have switched off online comments on their social media sites due to new caretaker settings.
Spin, misinformation and disinformation are the target of a new campaign launched by the AEC ahead of the federal election.
The Coalition has made an election pledge to create 1.3 million new jobs over five years if they are returned to government.
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