Federal government funding will boost hydrogen and low emissions iron and steel research.

Serious issues have limited the operations of Australia’s Antarctic icebreaker.

The auditor-general has criticised the $540 million redevelopment of the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

The Prime Minister’s chief advisor has reflected on Australia’s changing security mission.

Starting on Monday, Australia Post will cut down letter delivery to every second business day.

Anthony Albanese has unveiled a new effort to reshape Australia's economic and industrial framework.

In the latest review of Australia's education funding, a government report has highlighted a significant issue that could see public schools miss out on $13 billion over the next five years.

The new 'World Cybercrime Index’ is an effort to identify and rank the global epicentres of cybercrime.

Japan is set to enhance its defence technology collaboration with Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States through its participation in the AUKUS pact's second pillar.

Tech investors have rejected the government’s planned merger reforms, saying they could kill off start-ups.

A significant reshuffle of Australia's national security leadership is on the horizon.

A basic tech failure has prompted calls for an overhaul of the $70 billion government procurement system.

The US and UK have reached a new level of artificial intelligence (AI) regulation and collaboration.

A new study finds climate change impacts terrorist activity.

A major agriculture firm has blamed the Bureau of Meteorology for significant financial losses.

Most fossil fuel companies have ramped up production since the signing of the Paris Agreement, a new study finds.

Progress on Australia’s Inland Rail project has been reported.

The United Nations has announced Julie Bishop, Australia’s former foreign minister, as its special envoy on Myanmar.

Greg Combet, incoming chair of the Net Zero Economy Agency, has urged a “just transition” for coal workers in the shift to renewable power.

A long list of prominent people are speaking out against major gas works.

A wave of industrial action is set to flow over APS wage negotiations.

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