The Turnbull Government could unveil up to $50 billion worth of infrastructure spending in May's budget.

The CSIRO says an active transition to a zero-carbon electricity system will need financial incentives.

Comcare figures show mental health claims from federal public servants have hit $74 million in a single year.

The Federal Government’s attempts to push the public service into regional cities will not work, the Grattan Institute says.

The ACCC is investigating confidential gas contracts and the documents behind them.

The ATO may block websites that do not comply with the proposed GST Low Value Goods legislation.

Mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest has launched a nationwide ad campaign to support the cashless welfare card.

Regional Victoria has slammed the NBN rollout.

The education sector has been hit by the visa reforms announced this week.

A new study shows investing in adolescent health and education brings significant economic benefit.

While US President Donald Trump has put the TPP off for now, Australia and other Pacific nations are close to securing a smaller trade deal.

Scientists and supporters of science will march in support of science this Saturday.

Widespread mockery is the latest hurdle in the Federal Government’s plan to move APVMA workers to Armidale.

A review of Australian consumer law has called for tougher penalties.

Federal public servants are on their second week of strikes.

The Federal Government is looking at ways to link Australia's gas networks.

The 457 category has been abolished and replaced with two new and more stringent visas.

Australia’s unemployment rate has remained steady at 5.9 per cent, with the creation of 74,500 full time jobs.

Australia’s metadata retention laws have come into effect, but officials claim they will not be as easily accessible as some suggest.

The Federal Government is spending $2 billion on a Short Range Ground Based Air Defence for soldiers overseas.

The Small Business Ombudsman says too many big companies are leaving smaller firms in the lurch.

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