Government & Public Sector

Worrying over your fuel tax credits? Technology makes it easy.

If you are in the transport industry, the one bill that will really make you wince every time you look at it is your fuel bill.

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TAFE: champions of education equity and training

Through their support of key student cohorts, close community engagement, industry partnerships, and industry-leading training, Victorian TAFEs have a vital role in sustaining and growing Victoria’s prosperity into the future.

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Finding our Next Generation of Defence Entrepreneurs

The Defence Industry Capability Plan (DICP) was released last month, but the most important information – sizing Australia’s Defence industrial base – was buried deeper in the document.

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Is HASS innovation’s ugly duckling?

Recently, NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes challenged the dominance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in education and argued education needs to champion a wide range of subjects including the humanities.

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In a world of unpredictability, one thing is certain. On ANZAC Day, Australians come together

A day of shared reflection and remembrance of those who have served, in any capacity – especially the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for the democracy and quality of life Australians enjoy today.

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Healthcare reimagined: is it all about technology?

Healthcare is undergoing enormous change. And that will only accelerate over the next ten years.

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The Autonomous Vehicles revolution is coming and Australia has the opportunity to learn from the rest of the world

Planning today for an autonomous vehicle future is essential, because it is not a question of if, but when they becomes ubiquitous.

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One size does not fit all: Why Australia needs diversity in degree offerings

The federal government’s decision in December to take a $2.2 billion cut to university funding will do little to bring about much-needed reform of the post-secondary education sector.

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Melbourne 2030 – Rethinking transport models to put the customer first

Australia’s transport system is on the cusp of major and permanent disruption.

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Education systems, governments and employers need to work together to develop new ways of learning

Greater Western Sydney and other regions are on the cusp of transformative change. This calls for education, government and employers to work together.

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Transforming our cities where ratepayers are customers in a market driven economy

Cities are changing. They are not simply postcodes where citizens happen to live, but emerging as centres for driving change and adding value to the economy.

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MOOCs – massive open online courses. Ugly acronym; beautiful idea

Here’s the thing about digital disruption; sometimes it takes longer to reach its full realisation than initially anticipated.

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For those who served in conflict: remember, lest we forget

The eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month is easy to remember, but the scale of the tragedy and loss it commemorates remains hard to fathom, writes Michelle Campbell.

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