Shannon Jenkins is a former journalist at The Mandarin.
By Shannon Jenkins
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has teamed up with Twitter ahead of the 2021 Census, in a bid to drive participation and combat misinformation.
Queensland’s lockdown has been extended by a further five days after the state recorded 13 new local cases of COVID-19 on Monday.
Tony Abbott will head to India on behalf of the federal government this month, where he will work to strengthen Australia’s economic and trade relationship…
The New South Wales government has chosen deep tech incubator Cicada Innovations to run its $2.1 million National Space Industry Hub.
The Victorian government has appointed Michael McNamara to lead the state's new digital transformation agency.
The ABC’s defence in the Christian Porter defamation case is to be removed from the court file, after two media organisations tried to access them.
Up to 300 unarmed Defence personnel will begin assisting New South Wales Police with its COVID-19 compliance efforts across Sydney’s hotspots, from Monday.
Edward Santow finishes his five-year term as Australia’s human rights commissioner, Deloitte recruits ex public servants, and more.
Shane Drumgold has refuted claims made by the Home Affairs minister and the head of the Australian Federal Police regarding the Brittany Higgins case.
Suppressed information used in the Christian Porter defamation case will be accessed during an investigation into the death of the woman who accused Porter of…
Incarceration rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults have risen, while the rates of Indigenous youth in detention have dropped, says the Productivity Commission.
The Department of Home Affairs has reaffirmed its commitment to ‘genuinely’ consult staff on issues that impact their employment.
The streamlined Infrastructure Priority List aims to improve decision-making, and the simpler format is here to stay.
The Bushfire Building Council of Australia will receive $3 million to develop an app that will assist people with protecting their homes from bushfires.
WA has committed more than $1 million to fund seven new pilot programs aimed at supporting the mental health of new and experienced parents.
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