Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
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The Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation marks its centenary year milestone in 2022. The Mandarin speaks with its CEO about the path forward.
Twitter research shows 63% of voters aged 18-24 say the online actions of political candidates would sway their vote.
The Queensland Road Safety Strategy 2022-2031 is complemented by a two-year action plan, available on the Department of Transport and Main Roads website.
Groups wanting to host a Jubilee event can submit their plans on an official website that will list Australia’s round-ups of events.
Paxlovid, a prescription-only oral medication to treat COVID-19, will be available to at-risk Australians under the PBS from May.
By the time the Federation Guard’s 19-gun salute commenced following the governor-general's announcement, Anthony Albanese and Scott Morrison had already slung potshots.
A reconstruction and recovery aid package for Tonga worth $16 million will be added to the $3 million Australia has donated for Operation Tonga Assist…
The WA government has given the state’s space industry a $6.5 million injection for a locally-based consortium and a research program at Curtin University.
New financial sanctions and travel bans to Australia will be made against 67 individuals, as the foreign minister confirms a new partnership with NATO.
New data for 2020-21 released relating to Queensland reveals a drop in the crime rate and the number of unique offenders.
Australia will meet the Ukrainian president’s direct request for a score of bushmaster vehicles, including two ambulance variants.
Former ambassador to Japan to head FIRB, new head for Murray-Darling Basin Authority, appointments for Indigenous affairs portfolio, and much more.
WA’s procurement has exceeded targets for Aboriginal goods, services and work contracts, with more growth in its third year of operation.
Survey finds 92% of Australians want more digital government services and a majority (78%) are comfortable with AI-generated services. …
A fairer division of assets will be made possible for de facto couples breaking up thanks to new laws in WA that will allow for…
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