Shannon Jenkins is a former journalist at The Mandarin.
By Shannon Jenkins
Several SES appointments, a chief scientist for CSIRO, lots happening at the states level.
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation confirms rumours the age range to receive the controversial AstraZeneca vaccine is now 60 and over.
Planning and Land Use Services team leader Deniz Kilic sent the email, to call out ‘concerning workplace culture’ within Planning and Development.
The NSW government has awarded 19 Aboriginal groups $860,602 to fund projects that support the continued teaching of Aboriginal languages in the state.
Governments must prepare public health systems to respond to the severe health effects of air pollution from bushfire smoke, according to a new report.
Among its 20 recommendations detailed in a new report, the AHRC has called on the government to release priority groups from closed immigration detention.
The federal government has announced a new seasonal agriculture worker visa that will be extended to all 10 ASEAN countries.
Public engagement on the act opened this week, and will close on July 4.
Hays surveyed roughly 3,500 employers and more than 3,800 employees from the public, private, and charity sectors.
The Permanency Taskforce is part of a range of initiatives that will receive $12 million in funding through the 2021-22 state budget, being delivered next…
Their roadmap will outline national research infrastructure required over the coming decade for research, innovation, and emerging research challenges.
Immigration minister Alex Hawke says the Tamil-Australian family will be reunited in Perth for an unspecified amount of time.
Australia has joined 60 countries aiming to stop the rapid decline of biodiverse species by protecting at least 30% of the world’s land and ocean…
The Victorian Multicultural Commission has opened nominations for its eight Regional Advisory Councils; anyone over 16 and from diverse backgrounds can apply.
Concerns raised about the NT government’s employment screening processes after ICAC found two individuals dishonestly gained public service jobs.
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