An online driver training course has been shown to reduce speeding and improve driving ability.

OPEC+ has reached a deal to cut oil production by 9.7 million barrels per day.

A court case involving union boss John Setka has been dismissed.

A new survey has probed the potential for augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) in the workplace.

Apple and Google are working to build contact tracing technology into their operating systems.

Authorities around the world are looking for technological means to control the COVID-19 pandemic.

ANZ has worked with the NSW Government on a new website for individuals to notify the bank when a family member has died.

The IMF says COVID-19 will push the global economy into the deepest recession since the Great Depression.

Hundreds of thousands of Australians want to raid their superannuation to help ease financial hardship.

New South Wales has a new Public Service Commissioner.

Federal public servants will have their wages frozen for at least six months, while politicians are resisting a pay cut.

Many Australian employees are now entitled to two weeks’ “pandemic leave” for self-isolation.

A new study has reviewed failed freeways around the world.

New research suggests that greater gender equity in road transport jobs might help reduce the risk of accidents.

The NSW Government says planning processes will be fast-tracked to support the construction sector.

The ACCC says the NBN is holding out, despite a big spike in traffic.

The ATO has bought thousands of new laptops and monitors for staff to work from home.

Australia’s leading science academies have come together to launch a COVID-19 expert database.

The Federal Government has detailed its latest emissions-reduction purchases.

Reports say the fossil fuel industry is using COVID-19 to push for deregulation or dismantling of environmental protections.

Experts say green technologies are ripe to help Australian industry emerge from hibernation.

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