Did you know that the skin, seeds and husk from a mango could be...
Young Indigenous students from across Australia are benefitting from an interactive engineering camp in...
Ethics in business is the focus of a new million-dollar partnership between The University...
A motorcycle helmet that improves a rider’s reaction time, an asteroid-prospecting company searching for...
19 years of London versus traffic congestion
Is autonomous a dangerous word?
Transport for NSW launches The Research Hub
Cubic Transportation is go on Queensland public transport ticketing
NSW Freight Signal Priority trial – trucks talking to traffic lights
Flinders University driverless shuttle ready for the public to try
NSW to clamp down on dumped share bikes
Sydney Buses trial e-paper signs with real-time info for passengers
Deputy PM raises the issue of road user charging
Inquiry into National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities – final report
Victorian schools will receive extra resources to strengthen inclusive education for every student, thanks to the Victorian Government.
It’s a moment years in the making.
Thousands of trade apprentices who rely on their car to travel to work every day will be hundreds of dollars better off,...
Thousands of Victorian students are perfecting their dance moves, memorising their lyrics and tuning their instruments to prepare for 2018’s Victorian State...
Did you know that the skin, seeds and husk from a mango could be transformed into everyday health supplements, oils, and even...
Echuca families will get the world-class local schools their kids deserve, with a re-elected Victorian Government to finish the entire Echuca Regeneration...
University of Queensland Science Demo Troupe member Sam Cree uses fiery displays and levitating magnets to share the excitement of science with...
NT Minister for Education Selena Uibo welcomed 38 new teachers who will be taking their places in Territory classrooms when school resumes.
A record 63 Victorian councils will join VicHealth in its mission to get kids walking, riding and scooting to school as part...
Flinders Honours law and international relations graduate Riana Cermak is off to Oxford University to study postgraduate civil law.
Inclusive education equipment boost for schools
Let the ceremony begin
Cheaper car rego for thousands more tradies
Students performing with the beat
Making money from food waste
Delivering great local schools for Echuca
Physicist shares love of science with graduation class
NT Education Minister welcomes new Territory recruits
Victorian Councils set to go the extra mile to get local kids walking to school
Off to Oxford for law crusader