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More than half of children fleeing to Europe face danger on their journeys, survey finds
Overview – Agriculture, fisheries, and forestry exports in 2022-23
Digital ‘history machines’ are never politically neutral
Australia must reinstate UNRWA funds to avoid complicity with Israel’s genocide
eSafety and the EU Child Rights Intergroup team up to protect children online ?
Why are Apple, Amazon, Google and Meta facing antitrust lawsuits and huge fines? And will it protect consumers?
Climate Group responds to deal on new EU rules to reduce CO2 emissions in trucks and buses
Climate Group responds to European Parliament deal on new rules to reduce CO2 emissions in trucks and buses
Australian agricultural trade logistics to face headwinds from escalating Red Sea tensions – Rabobank
Australians are concerned about AI. Is the federal government doing enough to mitigate risks?
Nearly three quarters of millionaires polled in G20 countries support higher taxes on wealth, over half think extreme wealth is a “threat to democracy”
Federal government has responded to AI legislation paper
Action to help ensure AI is safe and responsible
There’s fundamental piece missing – but opportunity
UNITAR’s Support to Cyprus to Implement and Mainstream SDGs in the National Policy Framework
Plastic packaging waste tax could raise billions
Co-Convenors of the WTO Joint Statement Initiative on E-Commerce announce substantial conclusion of negotiations on a number of global digital trade rules
Cleaner fuel and cars leads to multi-billion dollar health and fuel savings
The Fair Work Commission’s first Enforceable Undertaking (EU)
Analysis – Growing market opportunities for Australian wine exports to Thailand
2023 was the year of generative AI. What can we expect in 2024?
Australia-European Union FTA update
From ‘open skies’ to ‘slot-hoarding’: the turbulent world of aviation laws explained
Pesticide residue from farms and towns is ending up in fresh oysters
The NZ aviation industry is making bold climate claims – and risking anti-greenwashing litigation
Meat alternatives could feed humans more sustainably
Power of COP for co-operation, co-creation and action
Advocates Deliver Over 540,000 Signatures Demanding Increased Regulation to Combat Child Sexual Abuse Online
Hyped and expensive, hydrogen has a place in Australia’s energy transition, but only with urgent government support
Social media ads are littered with ‘green’ claims. How are we supposed to know they’re true?
Call to share all clinical trial results
Leading development agencies welcome early agreement on the Loss and Damage Fund announced at COP28
COP28 is global stocktake of climate change
Clairvoyant Surpasses 50 Per Cent Randomization in its Phase 2b Psilocybin Therapy Trial for Alcohol Use Disorder
AFP expands its international reach in Europe
When AI gets it wrong, workers suffer
eDriving Launches New EcoReport Sustainability Reporting Solution for Fleets
Insight – Australia is key global exporter of pulses
New Zealand welcomes European Parliament vote on the NZ-EU Free Trade Agreement
AUSTRAC accepts enforceable undertaking from Gold Corporation
Climate Group responds to vote on CO2 standards for heavy trucks in the EU
Statement on Europe’s glyphosate decision
Truqap (capivasertib) plus Faslodex approved in the US for patients with advanced HR-positive breast cancer
Forestry Corp to pay $500,000 after removal of trees at Coopernook State Forest
Imfinzi plus chemotherapy approved in China as first immunotherapy regimen for patients with locally advanced or metastatic biliary tract cancer
Update on PACIFIC-2 Phase III trial of Imfinzi concurrently administered with platinum-based chemoradiotherapy in unresectable, Stage III non-small cell lung cancer
Livestock sustainability on menu
Imfinzi plus bevacizumab met primary endpoint for progression-free survival in liver cancer eligible for embolisation in EMERALD-1 Phase III trial