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The appointment of Mr John King as Chief Executive Officer of the National Centre for Vocational Education and

A West Australian man is scheduled to appear in Perth Magistrates Court today (19 April, 2024) after police found he

Patients at the new Paula Fox Melanoma and Cancer Centre at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital will have access to

Thanks for joining us, at the end of what has been, in many senses, a dark week for Australia, this has been an

Local

Tasmanian Minister for Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Guy Barnett MP welcomed support from Australian Health

As Earth Day 2024 approaches, Bayside Council is proud to promote this year’s theme “Planet vs. Plastics” as this

The 2024 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival is off to a stellar start with winners announced at the biennial Awards

Megalong Road has reopened to light vehicle traffic today, after a major landslide caused by heavy rain forced a

Politics

Tasmanian Minister for Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Guy Barnett MP welcomed support from Australian Health

The appointment of Mr John King as Chief Executive Officer of the National Centre for Vocational Education and

NSW Nationals Leader Dugald Saunders said Labor’s restructuring of the Department of Regional NSW is yet another

State Government hands over four new appliances and a marine rescue vessel New appliances to support emergency

Business

Macquarie Bank Limited and ASIC have resolved their dispute regarding the third party fee authority on the cash

When Sue*, a woman in her 80s turned to Tinder, she thought she met someone special. Instead, she nearly parted ways

The Federal Court has ordered Macquarie Bank Ltd to pay a penalty of $10 million for failing to have effective

ASIC has appealed the Federal Court’s decision to dismiss ASIC’s proceedings against Auto & General Insurance Company

Life

The Cessnock School of Arts building has been a prominent landmark in the community since its opening in 1924. This

Post mortem examinations have now been completed after two sudden deaths in Waitākere. Police are in a position to

RSPCA South Australia wishes to correct misinformation that has been circulated among Whyalla social media groups

15 Custodial Correctional Officers join the frontline of public safety Officers equipped with highest level of

World

New Zealand is demonstrating its commitment to reducing global greenhouse emissions, and supporting clean energy

Epilepsy, where patients suffer from unexpected seizures, affects roughly 1% of the population. These seizures often

Attorney-General Judith Collins today announced the appointment of Wellington Barrister David Jonathan Boldt as a

Education Minister Erica Stanford will lead the New Zealand delegation at the 2024 International Summit on the

Science

Epilepsy, where patients suffer from unexpected seizures, affects roughly 1% of the population. These seizures often

Associate Professor Ian Maxwell, Chair of Theatre and Performance Studies, is researching and recreating theatre

Antiviral immune response regulated by the processing of TRBP Researchers demonstrated that the processing of the

Ambitious projects in the fields of astronomy, nuclear astrophysics and medicine are to be supported by highly

Technology

In February, the South Australian Museum “re-imagined” itself. In the face of rising costs and inadequate government

A $3.6 million project designed to equip growers with the tools, tactics and confidence to successfully grow

If you’re a fan of all things space, you’ve doubtless heard about the “devil comet”, which has been captivating

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