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The Australia Council of the Arts has released a new strategic review, outlining new extended funding arrangements for artistic organisations.
ACT Public Service celebrates its creation 20 years, as the National Archives of Australia releases documents of those tentative first steps.
Abandoned by the Abbott government, what are the lessons from the COAG reform council process? Former head Mary Ann O'Loughlin spoke at this week's ANZSOG…
The government is seeking input on the National Landcare Program. A consultation paper has been released to drive submissions.
Australia's opera companies will be scrutinised as part of a review into artistic merit, audience engagement and funding models by Arts Minister George Brandis.
With spending and regulation decreasing, ANZSOG’s Gary Banks argues the implications are significant. He says the public sector is at a pivot point.
The federal government wants to move on Australia's rampant illegal downloaders, releasing a discussion paper to beef up copyright infringement powers.
Agency outlines its approach to achieving Australia's international aid and development goals of reducing poverty and lifting living standards via projects in Africa and Asia.
Eminent e-health expert Dr Mukesh Haikerwal is the new chair of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, a statutory body advising government.
Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency bows out with its final annual report. There's case studies on young and old workers and training programs.
The executive director of Families SA falls on his sword over a child protection bungle. Julianne Riedstra is a temporary replacement.
Ahead of the next white paper on Defence Force capability, the department has released a paper of key topics for consideration.
What does it mean to be a good "digital citizen"? How do you stay safe online and stand up to the cyber bullies? ACMA has…
A five-year overview of Australia's trade with more than 80 countries has been released by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The Western Australian government is reviewing its emergency services, calling for feedback on a concept paper for further reform.
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