Melissa Coade is a senior journalist at The Mandarin.
By Melissa Coade
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.
Desperate Australians are seeking assistance from NGOs like the Red Cross to find or reconnect with relatives who remain trapped in Afghanistan.
The shipment of 400,000 doses of the COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine to Vietnam was confirmed in a joint statement by Marise Payne and Zed Seselja.
Phil Gaetjens has suspended his ‘who knew what, when’ inquiry into claims of an alleged rape at parliament house in 2019.
Workers rights for Queensland’s sex workers will be among some of the issues up for debate in a state review that will consider whether to…
The role that Traditional Owners play in land management decision making in Victoria has been established in a new strategy launched this month.
The NSW Land and Environment Court will hear an appeal against the Narrabri Gas Project starting from Monday.
Our Watch has raised concerns that women will be ‘left behind’ in Australia’s pandemic recovery, with a growing gender pay gap now at $261.50 a…
Minister for the Arts Paul Fletcher has announced a $5.5 million ‘lifeline’ to three leading arts organisations to support their ‘ongoing viability’.
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