Thales has appealed a judgement made by the Queensland Supreme Court related to the issues involving the underslung 40mm grenade launcher on the AusSteyr EF88 rifle.

Australia’s final act in two decades of engagement in Afghanistan is taking place at Kabul International Airport, from where RAAF aircraft are evacuating some 130 Australian nationals, plus an unspecified number of Afghans.

The final article in this 5-part series on US Export Control Compliance culminates with best practice advice on export control compliance programs.

After 15 years with Yaffa Media, Katherine Ziesing has left to pursue a new and exciting opportunity. ADM Group will now sail on under new leadership.

The US State Department has approved the sale of 40 155mm M109A6 Paladin Medium Self-Propelled Howitzer Systems and related equipment to Taiwan.

When (or should) the Commonwealth step into business negotiations?

Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price has announced more than $8 million in support to 11 Australian businesses through the latest round of Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority (SICP) grants.

The design changes under investigation were related to the issues of the underslung 40mm grenade launcher attached to the rifle that impaired the ability of the rifle to fire its regular round.

This fourth article in a 5-part series on US Export Control Compliance will show Australian businesses how to use agreements to navigate the sometimes difficult compliance landscape for retransfers and reexport.

Australian Industry Group and the Perth USAsia Centre have been jointly awarded a 2021 Defence Strategic Policy Program Grant to evaluate strategic supply chain risks facing Australia’s defence and critical goods industries.

A Commemorative Service was held in celebration to honour past and serving members of the Royal Australian Artillery and its forerunners.

Vanuatu has taken ownership of its new Guardian-class Patrol Boat.

A long-standing Defence program that identifies opportunities for Australian companies in the international supply chains of eight multinational Defence companies will be the subject of an independent review starting later this month.

The government has announced 10 new contracts worth almost $20 million for defence industry, taking the total number of contracts signed by the Defence Innovation Hub to over 150.

Australian university students will have the opportunity to apply their fresh ideas and innovative approaches to national security challenges through a new Defence entrepreneurship program, D.Start Catalyst.

Chief of the Defence Force General Angus Campbell has announced that the ADF has officially completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan, bringing Australia's longest-ever war to a close.