Major universities have backed calls for the creation of a new body focussed on funding defence-related research.

The ALP says it would cut government spending on contractors and consultants by $3 billion if it were in government.

Australia should scrap its $45 billion future frigate program, according to a former navy chief.

Scott Morrison says he is committed to regional jobs despite record high vacancy rates.

Australia Post is setting up a ‘data lab’ to add AI to its operations.

The Federal Government has been urged to increase university funding to save the higher education sector.

The Coalition has announced half a billion dollars worth of upgrades for airbases.

A new survey suggests Australians are lagging behind in their willingness to change carbon-creating habits.

A UN report warns humanity is in a ‘spiral of self-destruction’.

A security pact between China and Solomon Islands has been described as “the worst Australian foreign policy blunder in the Pacific”, and new details suggest intervention could have come earlier.

Experts predict the US will fall into recession in late 2023, leading to a downturn in Australia.

The US Treasury has called for a major “reboot” of global finance bodies.

Welfare management could become voluntary after the next federal election.

Dozens of ADF pilots are in the United Kingdom on a secretive mission to remotely operate British armed drones.

Official figures show the Morrison Government has overseen a $700 million spending increase since its March budget.

CSIRO has announced $50 million in new investments towards growing national issues.

The Greens have pledged $500 million to assist steelmakers in quitting coal.

Services Australia says it is scrapping historical medical record requests...

Federal Labor says it will move forward with a national integrity commission if it wins the upcoming election, while the Prime Minister has blamed the opposition for delays.

Australian firms must now adhere to mandatory cyber security incident reporting.

A vocal opponent of current public health funding levels could become Australia’s new health minister.

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