A Rural and Regional Committee has called for forced public service teleworking quotas, to push government jobs into regional areas.

North Korea has updated the one operating system available in the country, moving from an interface pinched from Microsoft Windows toward one resembling Apple’s OSX.

Timing is indeed crucial, with a new paper finding time is the difference between fear and surprise in facial expressions.

Just as answering one question leads to several more, developments in one scientific field often create entirely new areas of study.

The Calibre Group has expended its broad portfolio, buying up New Zealand-based engineering and surveying firm Spiire NZ.

A new device will provide the best of several worlds for people who are severely indecisive about the way they travel.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has asked for hands to be raised to build a $216 million replacement global communications network, as our current diplomatic cables strain under the weight of modern interactions.

Telecommunications provider Optus has secured a multi-year deal to handle satellite access to the National Broadband Network.

Shell may be looking to sell its 900 Australian petrol stations, after it reported a 39 per cent drop in annual profits.

Injured workers will be re-defined, and able to sue their bosses, under an overhaul of South Australia's WorkCover regime.

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