The World Health Organization (WHO) has held an emergency meeting on recent monkeypox outbreaks.

Australia’s new Federal Government is expected to review the use of consultants and labour hire firms.

Tech advocates are urging the new Australian Government to urgently decarbonise the economy and invest in the STEM workforce.

Canada has banned China's Huawei Technologies from its 5G networks.

New analysis suggests many private schools that received JobKeeper pandemic payments increased their income.

Dozens of retired judges have called for an “urgently needed” federal anti-corruption agency.

The Coalition is planning $3.3 billion worth of public service cuts to fund $2.3 billion worth of election pledges.

CSIRO is starting work on medicinal psychedelics.

The PM’s office has blocked requests for text messages that Barnaby Joyce claims constituted his work as drought envoy.

The AEC says some political signage has breached the Electoral Act.

Only a small proportion of candidates in the federal election come from diverse backgrounds, analysis has found.

The Great Barrier Reef last year saw its hottest December on record since 1900.

The EU is imposing tougher cyber security rules for energy facilities and other key sectors.

A major industrial firm says tighter rules for polluters could stifle competition.

The Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) has issued new standards as part of efforts to create ‘one APS’.

Australia might not have the defence shipbuilding skills to complete a local submarine build.

Several Tasmanian trade unions have broken with tradition and will back a candidate from a newly-founded political party over Labor in the Senate.

Experts have called for a more diverse set of responses to Australia's housing crisis.

The federal government is funding mobile phone black spot removal in parts of regional SA, but the remote north will miss out.

A federal MP has made the rare decision not to pledge new funding to her region ahead of the election.

A re-hashed helicopter deal appears to be a bid for a key seat in the federal election.

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