French defence manufacturer Thales has thrown the town of Bendigo a $75 million bone.

Telstra says it will have Australian agents answer all inbound calls from 2022.

LinkedIn has been accused of secretly reading Apple users' clipboard content.

Telstra has made a $5.4 million STEM investment with the University of Melbourne.

The New Acland Coal operation is under investigation over allegations of illegal mining.

Australia’s largest solar panel distributor has been accused of underpaying its staff.

The NSW Government is setting itself up for a rapid transition from coal to renewables.

Queensland is trying to save money by pausing spending on IT projects.

Investment in Australian astronomy appears to be paying dividends.

Australia is offering a path to permanent residency for thousands of Hong Kong students and other citizens.

The University of Sydney has quantified the socio-economic and environmental impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

ANZ’s chief has supported the extension of loan repayment deferrals as a COVID-19 lifeline.

The Victorian Government has put up a $534 million support package for businesses in lockdown.

Government funding will soon start flowing to agencies in real-time.

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has announced he is leaving politics.

Research shows employers cannot afford to axe mature workers.

The ALP says it would like to reduce regulations on major projects.

A $10 million federal grant awarded to the City of Launceston has been labelled “pork barrelling”.

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) is working to simplify the architecture of government platforms, products, and services.

Strong opposition has again been raised against a proposed coal mine expansion in NSW.

The CRC Association’s chief executive is retiring.

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