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16 November 2014

New Zealand's government has introduced new labour laws that strengthen the hand of employers. Employers say the bargaining process had become unnecessarily protracted and costly. Unions argue it will drive down wages and erode workers rights.

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16 November 2014

Imagine a city where everything from cars to street lights to traffic bridges are connected...

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14 November 2014

Feeling stressed and unhealthy? There's growing evidence that taking a walk in a park might be better than popping a pill.

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12 November 2014

How strong is the Australia/Timor-Leste relationship? When will permanent maritime boundaries be established? And how is Timor-Leste faring as an independent nation?

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9 November 2014

The Abbott government is tying the success of its Direct Action policy to a clean coal technology that is still in the very early stages of development.

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7 November 2014

Women in rural and regional Victoria are up to three times more likely to experience family violence than women in Metropolitan areas, according to research by Deakin University.

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5 November 2014

What is the influence of the media on leadership styles and practices in Australia?

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2 November 2014

Formed in 1999 after the Asian Financial Crisis, the G20 claims to be the world’s pre-eminent steering committee on global finance.

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30 October 2014

A panel of TEDx Perth speakers discusses the future of Western Australia: initiatives the state is driving in recycling, sustainability, disabled care, environment and innovation.

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26 October 2014

With HIV infections in Australia at a 20-year high, there’s a push to subsidise a daily pill that can stop transmission, but health professionals and the gay community are split over the drug.

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