National

Victoria’s forestry industry is set to benefit from nearly $4 million of new industry transferable research under the

Families in Commonwealth declared hotspots will get access to additional absence days from child care during COVID-19

The value of new housing loan commitments fell 1.6 per cent in June 2021 (seasonally adjusted) but remained at an

The number of dwellings approved fell 6.7 per cent in June (seasonally adjusted), for a third consecutive month

Local

Canberrans between the ages of 30-39 can now book in for a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination at an ACT COVID-19 Mass

The City of Fremantle is marking Homelessness Week (1-7 August 2021) by encouraging members of the community about

2021: Monday 9 – Sunday 15 August Download resources, including certificate templates, posters, and social media

The National Wool Museum is custodian to one of Australia’s largest and most significant collections of heritage

Politics

Canberrans between the ages of 30-39 can now book in for a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination at an ACT COVID-19 Mass

Victorian legislation overturning gag law a positive step forwards: Our Watch Tuesday, August 3, 2021 Today

Some of Australia’s most in-demand apprenticeships are up for grabs with publicly-owned electricity distributors

Telstra today announced that it will be offering free national calling from 15,000 public payphones on an ongoing

Business

Planitree is delighted to announce that their new online green building marketplace has signed vendors from 15

WorkSafe has issued a warning to licensing assessors and industry in general after a Perth assessor had most High

Following the announcement on 21 August 2020 of Westpac’s intention to sell its Vendor Finance business to Angle

Tourism and recreation will be enhanced at Urunga Wetlands following a $100,000 project by the NSW Government to

Life

2021: Monday 9 – Sunday 15 August Download resources, including certificate templates, posters, and social media

Grants of up to $110,000 will build an extra 18 Changing Places facilities, which are larger than standard accessible

Townsville’s premier botanic garden is receiving an almost $2.1 million enhancement to the irrigation network system

Police have charged a man following an aggravated burglary and the theft of four puppies from an address in Sedgwick

World

Auckland Film Studios in West Auckland has received funding for a major expansion through the Government’s

Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta has announced further support for Fiji, including funding support for nursing staff

Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr have updated the Memorandum of Understanding

Farmers and growers affected by this year’s drought or floods in Marlborough, Tasman, West Coat, Canterbury, Otago

Science

Curtin University-led research has discovered a way to assess plant disease development using infrared light, opening

As further Paramedics test positive for COVID-19, the Australian Paramedics Association (NSW) is demanding urgent

A USQ Professor is helping bring new technology to the forefront in the fight against depression. A decade after

Public enemy number one in the modern world is the weighing scale. Every diet has been tried, yet the kilos multiply

Technology

Curtin University-led research has discovered a way to assess plant disease development using infrared light, opening

Successfully completed combined operation of 5G mid band and mmWave of a single Device to Network connection As part

Best practice harvest tactics are a grower’s greatest ally in the quest to maximise on-farm profitability at the end

The Australian Government is committed to protecting the essential services all Australians rely on by uplifting the