Shannon Jenkins is a former journalist at The Mandarin.
By Shannon Jenkins
With 30% of 18 to 34 year olds reporting psychological distress, #ChatStarter gives ideas and resources for connecting with each other.
The plan aims to promote walking, electric vehicles and public transport as attractive alternatives to the car for residents in the Illawarra-Shoalhaven region.
A Gold Coast woman has been sentenced to nearly two years imprisonment for fraudulently obtaining more than $43,000 in disability support funding.
The Committee for Sydney is calling for the NSW government to mandate COVID-19 jabs across its public service, as part of a ‘vaccine passport regime’.
The graduate program established a legal stream in 2020, following a request from the NSW public sector General Counsel’s group.
The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment is on the hunt for a range of experts who can help improve market access for Australian…
The government will likely face increased pressure to commit to net zero by 2030 when it heads to the international climate conference in Glasgow in…
The commonwealth agency tasked with administering welfare support to Australians has been under increased pressure to deliver services quickly.
Victorians aged 12 to 25 have been encouraged to apply for the 2022 Victorian Youth Congress, which is run by the state's Office for Youth.
ABC journalists have been warned that they are legally responsible for their online posts, as part of an update to social media guidelines.
The Australian Breastfeeding Association has named Services Australia as a breastfeeding-friendly workplace for the third year in a row.
The CPSU urges the government to take its role seriously in ensuring all steps are taken to educate parliamentarians on their obligations as employers.
Terry Moran has called for a royal commission into the bureaucracy and a shift in responsibilities to deal with the Australian Public Service’s capability issues.
The 26-year-old man who allegedly sexually assaulted Brittany Higgins has been summonsed to appear before the ACT Magistrates Court next month.
The prison system review will consider employment and industrial frameworks, workforce management practices, and culture.
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