The head of the ACCC says the gas industry has mislead governments into approving projects that kill Australian jobs.
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The Queensland Government has given energy company Santos extended rights to explore environmentally significant areas for potential commercial gas extraction.
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The Federal Government wants to test new facial recognition systems this year.

Concerns have been raised that private details of Defence Force members were compromised in a major database hack.

Home Affairs says it wants more powers to police the dark web.

The Treasury says COVID-19 could wipe $34 billion from Australia's economy this year.

Former minister Bridget McKenzie has denied knowledge of last-minute changes to a list of projects she approved.

A ‘strike force’ of NSW’s best teachers is being assembled to help struggling schools.
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The Federal Government is changing one of its methods for calculating funding for schools.

A racist "joke" has led to calls for more diverse councils.
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A Victorian court has heard more details of ‘astroturfing’ by developers trying to buy approval.
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Financial misconduct claims have hit Australia's outsourced diplomatic post service.

Some producers are angry at the WA Government's new legislation to crack down on farm trespassers.
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A new report draws a direct link between climate conditions in Australia and recent bushfires.
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Norfolk Island is facing a serious food and supply crisis.
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Australia Post has defended its rough run.

Residents are angry about a $24 million deal to help the Darling River flow again.
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With up to 90 per cent of Aboriginal children suffering from otitis media, or “glue ear”, a new research project is trying to improve the stakes.
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Experts have criticised new laws designed to address fatalities in the Queensland resources sector.
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The Tasmanian Government is spending $50 million to develop a hydrogen energy industry in the state.
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Centrelink says an “IT error” has led to parents being wrongly accused of not immunising their children ...