Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
By Melissa Coade
Children and adolescents ‘rarely’ experience persistent symptoms of ‘long COVID’ after 12 weeks, even in the case of the more virulent Delta variant.
Unions and professional bodies representing nearly 120,000 healthcare workers in Victoria have called for evidenced-based decisions on COVID-19 restrictions.
The TGA announced on Wednesday that legal letters were sent to Kelly over the unsolicited texts, which reached thousands of Australians.
Promotions in DFAT, ATO goes corporate-ty, Queensland names new government architect. The latest senior public sector appointments from across the country.
The survey notes that key to Australia’s economic recovery from the downturn will be the reopening of borders to international travellers.
North Korea fired two ballistic missiles from its east coast on Wednesday, as nuclear disarmament talks between the country and Washington stalled.
What can someone with a long background with the ombud’s office, policing and compliance, and anti-corruption do for the APS? More than most people think,…
The government has been warned by the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors not to support a proposed patent waiver for COVID-19 vaccines and therapies.
The NSW government has marked October 12 as the date to resume in-person parliamentary sittings (but a group of MPs showed up to work today…
Marise Payne has expressed Australia’s ‘deep concern’ for Afghanistan during what she has described as a critical time of unresolved politics.
Part of the legal fees for Christian Porter’s recent defamation suit against the ABC was provided by a ‘blind trust known as the Legal Services…
The timber workers' union has raised concerns about a bill before the Victorian legislative council on Tuesday, calling for an inquiry and consultation before the…
Consultation on federal plans to digitise the way that statutory declarations and deeds are executed will be open until Friday 8 October, 2021.
The Victorian government has been asked to introduce laws concerning the use of social media in electoral advertising as part of a suite of reforms.
John Barilaro has pledged that ‘rigorous’ measures will be put in place to prevent any negative environmental impact of a planned road tunnel for the…
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