Businesses are concerned about attempts to shift workers into more sustainable work.

A new study predicts that by 2050, 76 per cent of countries will experience fertility rates below that required to maintain their population.

Experts say many AI tools lack adequate safeguards to prevent mass health disinformation.

Bill Shorten has announced plans for a new, more sustainable NDIS within five years.

Australia’s research institutions annually funnel an estimated $1 billion into the coffers of ...

Science has been protected in a new Defence exports law passed by parliament.

A WA Auditor General's report on sports spending has raised pork-barrelling allegations.

The figures show the number of Australian teens involved with the justice system continues to drop.

The Federal Government has announced a $16 million investment to establish 10 new Regional University Study Hubs.

New estimates suggest Australia will need a massive influx of construction workers to meet its home building goals.

Scientists and industry leaders are pushing for action on clean indoor air.

Building a sense of community could be key to improving people’s mental health, particularly in low socio-economic suburbs.

The Federal Government has announced a new taskforce to crack down on overcharging of NDIS participants.

Czech researchers have boldly challenged the use of 'per capita' metrics.

The Attorney-General has received advice on legal reforms aimed at addressing discrimination in private schools.

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says 2023 set a grim milestone as the hottest year on record, with climate indicators reaching catastrophic levels.

In a bid to curb youth reoffending rates, the Victorian Government has unveiled plans for a significant reform in the youth justice system.

Independent MPs are pushing for HECS debt reform.

Investing 3 per cent of GDP into research could boost the economy by $100 billion and create 42,000 new jobs ...

Evidence has emerged of serious racial and sexual discrimination within the leadership echelons of Australian universities.

The eSafety Commissioner has called on social media companies to show how they are blocking extremist material.

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