Shannon Jenkins is a former journalist at The Mandarin.
By Shannon Jenkins
Up to two dozen senior executives from the federal and ACT governments can take part in the ATO’s flagship leadership program.
A 62-year-old Sydney man has been sentenced to more than three years imprisonment for brokering the sale of missile parts, coal and other commodities.
The Institute of Public Administration Australia has this week named Jeannette Taylor as the winner of the 2020 Sam Richardson Award.
The NSW information commissioner has reminded state government agencies of their responsibility in proactively delivering information to the public, after a new report identified low…
Unions NSW has urged state government agencies to do everything they can to support the public service in receiving the COVID-19 jab.
The government has announced an independent complaints mechanism for serious incidents at Parliament House will be up and running within the next six weeks.
Parliament House will be closed to the public and the amount of parliamentary departmental staff will be reduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Archives has revealed that more than half of the 20,178 applications were submitted between five and ten years ago.
The Department of Home Affairs’ attempt to ban staff from wearing sleeveless tops has been rejected by the Fair Work Commission once again.
The New South Wales government has postponed its September council elections in response to the state’s escalating COVID-19 situation.
IBAC grows its girth, many SES appointments, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Council members named, and much more.
The department has been working with Cyber Security NSW to ensure the systems are restored in time for the start of the third school term…
Former New South Wales Police Force deputy commissioner Nick Kaldas has been appointed to lead the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.
Disability advocates from across Australia have urged state and territory governments to reject federal changes that they say will weaken the NDIS.
On Wednesday Indonesia reported its highest ever number of new COVID-19 cases and deaths in one day, at 34,379 and 1,040 respectively.
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