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Defence has announced that prototyping is underway at the Osborne shipyard in Adelaide in preparation for work to start on Navy's Hunter-class frigates.

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Last week Australia and the United States signed a new collaborative agreement to develop and test hypersonic cruise missile prototypes.

Lendlease has recently secured a contract with the Department of Defence to deliver the Air555 project at RAAF Base Edinburgh.

Last week, Ocius held the christening of BlueBottle ‘Bonnie’ by Susie Dane at the company's upgraded facilities at UNSW.

The NSW Defence Innovation Network is calling for collaborative proposals in the fields of cyber security and undersea surveillance.

A Brisbane-based metal fabrication business will supply vehicle componentry to the Lynx offer for Land 400 Phase 3.

Shadow Minister for Defence Richard Marles has visited DECO Australia at their manufacturing facility in Minto, NSW.

Army’s newest training and education centre has recently opened in Darwin.

A large-format SPEE3D metal 3D printer was installed by the Fleet Support Unit (FSU) at HMAS Coonawarra last week, providing the RAN with the capability to print their own metal parts, on demand.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the largest increase in British military funding in 30 years, but questions remain over Britain’s future in the Indo-Pacific region.

In its largest ever funding round, South Australia’s Defence Innovation Partnership has awarded over $1 million to fund cutting-edge collaborative defence research ventures.

Australian defence industry companies are being invited to apply for funding to support the provision of geospatial‑intelligence products to Defence and government customers.

CPB Contractors has been awarded the contract to deliver the first phase of works for a new defence training area near Greenvale in North Queensland.

A Perth firm has become the third West Australian company to secure a contract through the government’s flagship defence innovation program.

Quickstep has announced that it has agreed terms for the purchase of Boeing Defence Australia’s aerospace maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) capability based in Tullamarine, Victoria.