The Government is seeking tenders for technology to check fingerprints and scan faces at airports.

Newly-minted US President Donald Trump has made even stronger moves against the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

The Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN) says it does not call people out of the blue.

Repressive religious ministry Catch the Fire has had its charity status revoked...

The Social Services Department has not decided whether to expand trials of the cashless welfare card.
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A former local government worker who went on to become a councillor has won his unfair dismissal case.
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Local Government NSW is concerned new planning laws exclude vital community input.
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Greg Hunt will be Australia’s third health minister since 2013, while Ken Wyatt becomes the first Indigenous person to be...

Centrelink’s automated debt-recovery program could face a Senate inquiry.

Independent audits show the DIBP has spent over $1 billion in the last four years, without proper authorisation.

South Australia will examine the potential benefits of a cannabis industry, while moves on the federal level are less clear.
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Two paramedics unions have faced the IRC for telling members to shed parts of their uniforms during recent heatwaves.
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Victoria’s EPA expects specialist drone pilots to take long flights in the name of the environment.
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The RACP wants alcohol companies to be banned from sponsoring cricket.

Beijing has set an air quality target for 2017 that is over double the World Health Organisation (WHO) standard.
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NSW Premier Mike Baird is retiring from politics.
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The decommissioning, remediation and rehabilitation of the Hazelwood power station site will cost at least $743 million.
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Investigations into South Australia’s big September blackout have slowed progress on the Victorian interconnector.
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A new study has looked at whether the fear of punishment influences peoples’ pirate behaviour.

Victoria’s Alcoa aluminium smelter will be propped up by a big federal and state government funding package.
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The University of Technology Sydney Centre for Local Government (UTS:CLG) has launched a new scholarship designed to support local government professionals seeking to broaden their knowledge and skills through postgraduate study. Each recipient will receive a $5,000 scholarship over the course of their studies, and there are no constraints on how recipients choose to use their scholarship money. The scholarship will be awarded on merit, based on a formal application process.
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