Shannon Jenkins is a former journalist at The Mandarin.
By Shannon Jenkins
The Western Australian government has updated its landmark Aboriginal Procurement Policy, with increased targets for contracts awarded to Aboriginal businesses.
The federal government has chosen YWCA Canberra to auspice the new National Women’s Safety Alliance, which will replace an existing organisation next month.
The CSIRO will lead a new initiative that aims to grow Australia’s hydrogen industry through collaboration between Australian and international research organisations.
People who have an extraordinary ability to memorise faces could be used to prevent errors caused by facial recognition software, researchers have found.
Two former Australian Public Service leaders have taken up academic roles at the Australian National University’s National Security College.
The biennial National Housing Conference will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and online from March 2 to 4.
Victorian public servant Brenda McDermott has been awarded ANZSOG's inaugural First Peoples Scholarship.
Industry, Science, Energy and Resources has invited the public to have a say on two key measures under the commonwealth's gas-fired recovery plan.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has awarded Deloitte the contract for a platform that will simplify the access and exchange of health information.
The message has come amid lockdowns in NSW, Queensland, Western Australia, and the Northern Territory, following a string of COVID-19 outbreaks.
The NSW government’s transport agency has marked NAIDOC Week with the launch of new maritime safety resources and art-covered public transport.
Australia Post is rolling out new satchels that include a dedicated section for traditional place names, as well as an Acknowledgement of Country.
The NSW government calls on people from a range of backgrounds to take part in the September council elections, to increase diversity in local government.
The union representing Services Australia employees says non-customer-facing roles are forced to attend their offices during COVID-19 across the country.
A new survey reveals that fewer Chinese people are wanting to travel to or study in Australia.
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