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Online Safety Bill is a way to move forward

It’s been widely said the tech companies are the railroads or oil companies of the 21st century. These companies wield enormous power. They have done much good, but they have the...

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Aussie scientists’ call for long term policy

Australia must make a strategic decision to back its science and technology capabilities by nearly doubling total R&D investment, developing national strategies for emerging areas,...

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Investment NSW gets an innovation war chest

The New South Wales government's newest agency has been allocated more than $400 million to attract investment and foster innovation in the state, less than three months after being...

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Data sovereignty issues are complex but critical

Sovereignty issues have shifted into the spotlight across a number of sectors in Australia due to the supply chain challenges wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. This should raise...

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Victoria leads as states vie for mRNA facility

Victoria will conduct the first clinical trial of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine in Australia as the state looks to partner with the federal government to establish a national manufacturing...

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ASX-listed WOA to develop plant-based protein products

It is easy to be distressed if you dwell too long on some of the facts around how our food is produced – unethical livestock conditions and farming practices that can strip the land...

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Labor introduces ransomware notification bill

Labor has called on the federal government to urgently support its legislation introducing a mandatory ransomware notification scheme which “lays the foundation” for enforcement...

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NSW unveils $480m electric vehicles package

The New South Wales government will commit nearly half a billion dollars in Tuesday’s budget to the uptake of electric vehicles, including limited $3,000 rebates and the removal of...