Latest surveillance News

Plan To Power Up Air Domain
Funding injection to boost Navy capability
First Autonomous Undersea Vehicle ‘Ghost Shark’ Prototype Ready
Nutrition concerns raised as Australians buy below recommended daily intake of core food groups
Increased monitoring capacity of deadly prion diseases
2024 Integrated Investment Program
ADS-B Rebate Ends 31 May 2024
Millions in grants to help industry deliver priority capabilities for Defence
Defence investment creates 50 new jobs for South Australia
World Chagas Disease Day 2024: urging early diagnosis and care for life
Young people are getting unhappier – a lack of childhood freedom and independence may be partly to blame
To understand the risks posed by AI, follow the money
Murray Valley Encephalitis Virus Detected
Solving ‘wicked’ Air Battle Problems
New privacy-preserving robotic cameras obscure images beyond human recognition
Defence continues 2024 Regional Presence Deployments
Do parolees really ‘walk free’? Busting common myths about parole
Strengthening surveillance and response for vector-borne diseases
2023: outbreaks of swine influenza
2023: outbreaks of avian influenza
WHO publishes new guidelines on hepatitis B
Timor-Leste’s National Influenza Centre achieves recognition as part of the WHO Global Influenza Surveillance and Response System
Police acknowledge IPCA report into justified non-fatal shooting in Palmerston North
Non-fatal Shooting In Palmerston North Justified
WHO launches guidance on conducting reviews of tuberculosis programmes
WHO launches CoViNet: a global network for coronaviruses
Workshops Fostering Collaboration On Plant Biosecurity
Easter Long Weekend 26 March
Boeing Facility In Toowoomba Set To Take-off
Ulva Island Rodent Free Once More
WHO Announces Second Week Of Quality Training
UniSC helping to determine next flu vaccine for Southern Hemisphere
Supporting Our Pacific Family
Solomon Islands and Australia collaborate on plant health biosecurity
Data#3 announces change to accounting policy for indirect software revenue recognition following ASIC review
Nominations open for Local Land Services board elections
New CCTV Cameras To Keep Our City Safe
CSIRO announces the appointment of new Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness director
Tasmania Police Releases Complaints Data
Community Safety At Forefront Of Operation AEGIS
Urgent need for science-based approach to shark conservation
CSIRO appoints new Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness Director
A welcome visit from an international friend
Diplomacy and resistance: how Dune shows us the power of language – including sign language
Putting Focus On Locusts
Making an impact – funding environmental biosecurity innovation
Float like a butterfly, sting like B Squadron
Airservices Australia releases February Australian Aviation Network Overview