A giant carbon-capturing machine has been turned on in Iceland.

ARENA can now fund carbon capture and storage projects, and more uses of gas power.

Researchers from tech giant Microsoft are studying how working from home can change the workplace.

AEMO says the National Electricity Market (NEM) is ready to introduce Five-Minute Settlement (5MS).

Drug companies have come together to urge plain language in medical journals.

Santos and Oil Search have confirmed the terms of their proposed merger.

The University of Melbourne is repaying around $9.5 million owed to casual academics.

Australia’s newest mass surveillance laws deal a damaging blow to digital rights.

Australia will support the waiving of intellectual property (IP) protections for COVID-19 vaccines.

More questions have been asked about the future of the F-35 fighter jet program.

More than 200 scientific journals have put out a simultaneous call for climate action.

Australia has become the world’s biggest gold producer.

CSIRO experts will soon compete in what is effectively the robot Olympics.

NASA’s Perseverance Rover has picked up some truly groundbreaking rocks.

Australia Post staff have scored a 3 per cent pay rise for the next three years.

A court has been urged to impose jail time on two former NSW Labor MPs.

The Federal Government is paying taxpayer money to oil and gas companies to open up the NT’s Beetaloo Basin, despite legal issues.

Scott Morrison has delivered a series of hollow platitudes in his keynote address to the National Summit on Women’s Safety.

A NSW engineer is being investigated over apartment “structural issues” in a first for the state.

A Senate inquiry has found that Australia's foreign investment rules “make a mockery” of important processes.

A senior UN official says the climate crisis will “wreak havoc” on Australia’s economy if coal is not phased out.

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Even though many of us have been forced indoors, the COVID-19 crisis is eroding our privacy.

I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

This week marked an astounding leap forward, scientifically speaking - taking a picture of something that cannot be seen.

Chiropractic is a surprisingly popular form of alternative medicine - so mainstream that it’s hardly ‘alternative’ and so non-scientific that it’s barely ‘medicine’.

Our cars are being programmed to kill us.

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