ChatGPT could be a top performer in university assignments.

The government is funding courses for people to work on its nuclear submarine program.

Researchers have shattered records for the speed of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs).

South Australian public school teachers are gearing up for a strike.

Australians will decide on an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament on October 14.

Australian scientists have used a quantum computer to slow down a chemical reaction by a factor of 100 billion times.

Australia and Indonesia have inked an enhanced Free Trade Agreement (FTA), opening new doors for businesses.

The federal government has launched Creative Australia, marking a shift in the country's approach to the arts.

The Albanese government may compel employers to provide technology training to protect employees against automation.

A third of Australian students need extra support, NAPLAN data suggests.

Australia is facing four decades of budget deficits, according to the latest Intergenerational Report.

The Queensland government is seeking to override its Human Rights Act and use police watch houses as youth detention facilities.

Education Minister Jason Clare has moved to end the practice of ministers vetoing research grants.

The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) is running a survey to assess the extent of educator sexual assault and harassment.

Outgoing Productivity Commission chairman Michael Brennan has proposed increasing student contributions to improve university access.

Australia is facing workforce challenges as it prepares to enter the nuclear age.

Anthony Albanese has pledged a $200 million investment in women's sports.

Up to $250 million could be at stake if South Australia’s uni merger is delayed.

The Australian unemployment rate experienced a slight rise of 0.2 percentage points, reaching 3.7 per cent in July.

Regulators are fighting overseas student poaching by universities.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has issued a “statement of regret” for omitting key LGBTIQ+ topics in the 2021 census.

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