Skip to content

News Hub

The latest breaking stories

Access up-to-date news and information on a wide range of press releases including business, finance, technology, healthcare, entertainment, and more.

NewsMatch Alert

Discover the most important & comprehensive stories delivered directly to you daily.

  • Books Literature, CharitiesAidWelfare
  • 12/04/2024
  • 19:13
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Victoria

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Victoria hosts a successful Ramadan Iftar dinner “Fasting in my religion”

TheAhmadiyyaMuslim Community, Victoria hosted the RamadanIftardinner at theBait-us-Salammosque(House of Peace)Langwarrinon SundayOn 7th April 2024.This initiative brings members of diverse communities together to share insights,…

  • Contains:
  • Government ACT, Union
  • 12/04/2024
  • 16:03
CFMEU ACT

‘Serious concerns’: CFMEU issues warning on ACT government appointment

The CFMEU has expressed serious concerns over the appointment of someone closely linked to the Robodebt scandal to a critical ACT public service role. Lisa Carmody has been appointed deputy director of the Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD). CFMEU ACT has backed the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU), which first raised Ms Carmody’s involvement in the Robodebt scandal. She was called before the Royal Commission. CFMEU ACT Secretary Zach Smith said his union stood with their comrades at the CPSU and their members. “People died because of Robodebt, which hounded some of the most vulnerable members…

  • Women
  • 12/04/2024
  • 15:38
TVSN Channel Pty Ltd

EXCLUSIVE LAUNCHES THIS KITCHEN DAY AT TVSN

~ And a sneak peek at the recipes we’ll be sharing live on air ~ Sydney, Australia – 12 April 2024: Join us at…

  • Contains:
  • Business Company News, Education Training
  • 12/04/2024
  • 15:30
Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia

ITECA Board Chair Appointment – Business Leader, Mark McKenzie

The peak body representing independent skills training, higher education, and international education providers, the Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) has a new independent…

  • Contains:
  • Information Technology, International News
  • 12/04/2024
  • 15:05
Charles Darwin University

CDU EXPERT: Governments must crack down on AI interfering with elections

12 APRIL, 2023 Who: Charles Darwin University Computational and Artificial Intelligence expert Associate Professor Niusha Shafiabady. Topics: Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, data analysis, modelling, deep learning and more. The benefits and potential misuses of Artificial Intelligence in elections. Contact details: Call +61 8 8946 6721 or email media@cdu.edu.au to arrange an interview. Quotes attributable to Associate Professor Niusha Shafiabady: "AI has the power to imitate the behaviour of a system. These systems that AI can imitate from, can range from videos and people’s voices to different datasets like what ChatGPT is doing with the text data. Technology and what we…

  • General News, Information Technology
  • 12/04/2024
  • 15:01
Group of IT Sharing (GITS)

Sydney is set to host over 180 tech leaders from Australia and Vietnam

Vietnam IT Day, an initiative led by the Group of IT Sharing (GITS), will take place in Sydney for the first time on Monday…

  • Contains:
  • Environment, Medical Health Aged Care
  • 12/04/2024
  • 14:56
Climate Media Centre

Government heat map ‘wake up call’ to stop burning fossil fuels

Friday 12 April 2024 Advocacy groups have welcomed the release of the Federal Government’s announcement of a heat mapping tool to assist affected communities deal with the worst of extreme heat, but have called on government to do more to address the root cause, climate change caused by the continued use of fossil fuels. Emma Bacon, Executive Director of Sweltering Cities “Heatwaves are Australia’s deadliest environmental disaster, so we welcome the Government’s acknowledgement of the severe impacts being felt by communities across the country. Clearly, some of the communities most impacted in areas like Western Sydney are facing climate, health,…

  • Business Company News, Marketing Advertising
  • 12/04/2024
  • 14:16
Charles Darwin University

CDU EXPERT: AusPost changes a big hit to regional and remote areas

12 APRIL, 2023 Who: Charles Darwin University Professor in Marketing Steven Greenland. Topics: The impact of Australia Post’s changes, particularly to regional and remote areas. How similar changes in the United Kingdom impacted services. Contact details: Call +61 8 8946 6721 or email media@cdu.edu.au to arrange an interview. Quotes attributable to Professor Steven Greenland: "Australia Post reported over $200m losses last year. To assist with cost cutting AusPost are therefore moving to standard letters and unaddressed mail delivered every second day from next week. This followed standard letter postal rate increases of 25% last week (April 3). Delivery frequency and…

  • Biotechnology, Medical Health Aged Care
  • 12/04/2024
  • 13:40
UNSW

UNSW and Mid North Coast Local Health District to boost research and students in rural communities

The strategic partnership will place UNSW students at local hospitals and streamline research collaboration opportunities. UNSW Sydney has signed an historic three-year Memorandum of…

  • Contains:

Media Outreach made fast, easy, simple.

Feature your press release on Medianet's News Hub every time you distribute with Medianet. Pay per release or save with a subscription.