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Researchers at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University developing the cognitive hearing aid
Three new aquatic centres dive into waterwise program
Stirling businessman banned for 9 years after abusing company’s assets
Extraordinary Western Australians honoured at Volunteer Service Awards
Queensland is recovery ready as damage is assessed
Bio report marks Queensland “A” for energy
First section of widened Gateway Motorway opens to traffic
New councillor complaints office opens
Locals drop in for North Shore Youth Hub official opening
East Fremantle amendment proposes height limit at Royal George Hotel site
New edition for refurbished Noosaville Library
Morrison called out on migrant settlement policy
North Shore Youth Hub grand opening
Tennis Queensland serves a commitment to Multicultural Charter
New Cooktown Foreshore to deliver tourism and economic boost to FNQ
Construction of a new aged care facility at Mapoon underway
New competition to inspire future Navy submariners
Students bound for Vietnam to commemorate war history
Six people charged re Naval Base incident, WA
Migrant and refugee skills $250 million boost to Queensland
Attempt to kill arrest, WA
Waterwise verges help save water in response to climate change
Police probe after firearms stolen in Oberon
Flood gauges on Saltwater Creek to provide early warning in Bundaberg
Strategic plan launched to grow WA’s defence industry and create jobs
Palaszczuk Government deal puts racing industry on right track to sustainability
Statement from Deputy Premier and Treasurer Jackie Trad and Racing Minister Stirling Hinchliffe – Racing Roundtable scheduled for Friday
New $15 million Cherbourg wastewater treatment plant opens
Palaszczuk Government to hold further discussions with racing industry
New funding to grow SA’s medtech industry
$600 million Works for Queensland program supports 12,000 regional jobs
Senate’s Scathing Report into Pet Food Industry
Corruption investigator to head new councillor complaints office
Grants support State’s cultural heritage
Point of Consumption revenue to support racing, sport and health
Works for Queensland works for Goondiwindi cultural centre
Dalby’s Knowles Pavilion ready for its starring role
Vital stormwater infrastructure officially opened
Google Trekker showcasing WA’s natural attractions
Thoroughbred Awards honour Queensland racing’s best and brightest
$600 million Works for Queensland supports 2,500 Far North jobs
Noosa eyes the future with the opening of the Peregian Beach Digital Hub
Queensland communities to benefit from improved grants model for councils
Student accommodation boost for Albany economy
New Councillor Code of Conduct to enforce higher standards in Local Government
Reference group formed to help protect Burrup rock art
Kowanyama’s new road and construction unit to fill a hole
Birdsville races raise $50,000 for Drought Appeal