The Federal Government has been accused of bribing schools to reopen by June.

A confidential Defence Department report last year predicted many of the shortages and behaviours of the COVID-19 pandemic.

South Australia is lifting its ban on genetically-modified crops, but councils still have a choice.

The NSW Homicide Squad is investigating 21 deaths connected to the Ruby Princess cruise ship.

A lack of PPE is causing Australian frontline healthcare workers to question their willingness to work.

Regulators have expanded the potential for cooperation in the energy sector.

The Federal Government has launched its COVIDSafe tracking app, but has not provided the source code as promised.

Engineers have developed a way to incorporate electronic sensors into stretchy fabrics, allowing clothes to monitor vital signs.

Clinicians have asked NSW’s ombudsmen to investigate claims of systemic failures at NSW Health.

WA Police has deployed a mobile tracking app to locate officers in real-time.

A new report finds science denial is one of the greatest risks to humanity.

The Federal Government has put up $5 million for researchers to study the health impacts of bushfires.

An interim report has been released into a fatal train derailment in early 2020.

A PFAS class action involving more than 40,000 Australians has been launched against the Department of Defence.

The AMA says Australia needs to get back to routine health care, or risk a greater toll than COVID-19 will bring.

The Federal Government is attempting to calm privacy fears over its new contact tracing app.

Every flush of the toilet could soon play a role in tracking and stemming the spread of COVID-19.

A ceremonial hearing has kicked off the royal commission into Australia's unprecedented bushfires.

The Victorian Government wants to buy a council-owned catering firm that is linked to allegations of evidence tampering.

For people locked down around Australia, there may be some lessons to learn from submariners.

New South Wales doctors says they do not have enough flu vaccines.

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