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Cold comfort for supporters of coal-fired power
New Chair For Victoria’s Post Sentence Authority
ACT joins national Closing Gap Partnership
Major upgrades to Monaro Highway to keep Canberra moving
Majority of South Australians, Including Coalition Voters, Want 100% Renewables by 2030
National Rural Generalist Pathway will help improve workforce distribution
AEU action to disrupt students and parents
Tenders invited for Murujuga monitoring
Driving business growth in Tasmania
Pay boost for 200,000 Kiwis this Monday
World-class research facility for native animals earmarked for Coast
Extra disaster assistance for more Queensland communities affected by TC Trevor
Emerge Australia welcomes Federal Government’s announcement today of $3M in research
Five-point plan for prosperity, jobs and strong communities
Search is on for WA’s best and brightest innovators
Supporting Men’s Health With Men’s Shed Boost
Skilling South Australia aged care workers
Queensland bed block disaster a matter of private in public
New ICU Paves Way For Major Expansion At Northern Hospital
Safety boost for Evandale Road
New remote area medical centre launched
Defence Innovation Hub awards contract
Bolstering safety on South Eastern Freeway
Artist sought to create an iconic artwork in heart of Adelaide Riverbank
Governor’s Multicultural Awards acknowledge South Australians working towards cultural integration
More than 1,000 calls to new after-hours domestic violence crisis line
Port decision should be based on merit
Welding simulators provide training edge for naval jobs
Liberal and Nationals Government Leads Way for Rural Healthcare with $62m Rural Generalist Pathway Program
Australia commits to next Triton remotely piloted aircraft
New Bushfires Emergency Management System Improving Safety for Firefighters and Territorians
New partnership to boost Defence simulation capabilities
Business case for inland rail unravels
Joint with Hon. Kelly O’Dwyer, Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations – Regulation Changes to Strengthen Asbestos Border Control
ETS revamp: averaging accounting for forests
Construction crime investigators call for submissions
Curtin commissions significant sculptural installation to honour former Prime Minister John Curtin
Joint Chester – Government funds Shepparton Light Horse Statue
Tasmanian youngsters excel
Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency Welcomes Historic first Meeting of COAG Joint
Farmers welcome bipartisan support for biodiversity stewardship and certification initiatives
Better protection for some of Queensland’s most vulnerable
Government enhances DV protections
Calling heritage experts
Queensland Women’s stars to share Maroons mantle
WA’s third Aboriginal short-stay facility formally opens in Broome
Transparency essential for building community trust
Biodiversity pilot program aims to reward farmers