Universities say the number of student places needs to grow even faster than planned, and fee hikes will not help.

The Federal Government is helping explore two new resource corridors ...

Emergency medicine specialists want non-critical elderly patients moved out of hospitals.

Experts gave suggested technology could help Australian reinforce its COVID-19 hotel quarantines.

Australia’s major media outlets have slammed an AFP proposal that would require journalists to hand over classified information without a search warrant.

New studies suggest more than a quarter of military personnel are overweight.

The Federal Government could be moving to allow ASD spies to keep an eye on Australian citizens.

Telstra has described the profitability of NBN services as “negligible at best”.

Questions have been asked about a small business ombudsman’s awarding of contracts to a Liberal-linked firm without tender.

The Reserve Bank says the scheduled rise in compulsory superannuation would be costly.

New research has found that the TAFE system supports $92.5 billion in annual economic benefits.

The Federal Government wants to cut off student loans for those who fail more than half of their subjects.

A new report has called for significant changes at the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).

Australia’s major parties have decided there is no need for a binding code of conduct for politicians.

The Federal Government appears to be walking away from its Water for Fodder scheme.

Policing cannabis costs Australia over $1 billion every year.

Australians are again being urged to download the COVID-19 contact-tracing app, following recent updates.

Media giant Foxtel has been given $10 million from a federal COVID-19 response fund.

The Federal Government has unveiled Australia's new cyber security strategy.

One of Australia's social justice commissioners has called for alcohol label reform.

‘The Dish’ – Australia’s iconic Parkes radio telescope – has been added to the National Heritage List.

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