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FED: PM’s claim on rapid antigen tests shows up negative

Scott Morrison has suggested only two countries provide the tests for free - but that understates the extent of the rapid testing regimes overseas. By...

Vic opposition pledge ‘no more lockdowns’

By Benita Kolovos in Melbourne Source: AAP Victorian Opposition Leader Matthew Guy has vowed there will be no more lockdowns under a government led by him. Mr Guy made...

SAVING SCIENCE FROM THE UNRULY MOB

Science is struggling Following the development of the scientific method in the Enlightenment in the 18th century using Ancient Greek precedents, science has had fluctuating...

Prospects firm for net zero emissions deal

By Georgie Moore and Matt Coughlan in Canberra Source: AAP Australia's prospects of locking in a target for net zero emissions by 2050 are firming as the Nationals...

Vic parliament vax order over first hurdle

By Kaitlyn Offer and Benita Kolovos in Melbourne Source: AAP A COVID-19 vaccine mandate for politicians and staff entering Victorian parliament has passed the lower house, with just...

What is the Independent Broad‑based Anti‑corruption (IBAC)?

The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) is Victoria's anti-corruption agency with jurisdiction over the public sector. Setup to investigate serious corruption and police misconduct, as...

Local government Closing the Gap: A way forward for Australian communities

Media release Source: Australian Local Government Association A new resource to accelerate efforts to provide greater opportunities for Indigenous Australians at the local community level has...

Vic to stop schools sacking LGBTIQ staff

By Emily Woods and Benita Kolovos in Melbourne Source: AAP Victorian religious schools will be banned from sacking or refusing to hire staff based on their sexual orientation...

Australia in nuclear sub deal with UK, US

By Matt Coughlan in Canberra Source: AAP Australia will build nuclear-powered submarines as part of a landmark security pact with the United States and the United Kingdom. Prime Minister...

Australian Senate greatly expands surveillance powers

Three national security bills were rushed through Parliament granting greater surveillance powers

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