The Federal Government says $326 million will pay for 12,000 new places at Australian universities.

The Prime Minister says global efforts to increase biodiversity are inconsistent with Australia’s policies.

Some of Australia’s top economists have backed boosts to JobSeeker and social housing over tax cuts.

The world's largest polluter has committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2060.

An audit has found Services Australia’s ICT overhaul is seriously lagging.

Reports say a federal agency has attempted to calm universities’ concerns about foreign veto plans.

The Federal Government wants less responsible lending.

University staff have criticised NSW Police for being “undemocratic” and suppressing freedom of speech.

Reports say university funding could be brought forwards ...

A judge has accused Immigration Minister Alan Tudge of criminal conduct.

After several years and billions spent on an inferior NBN, the Federal Government is now planning improvements.

The Federal Government has laid out its plan for reducing carbon emissions, funnelling investment to ...

Australia has gaping holes in its natural disaster preparedness, according to someone who knows.

The most recent bushfire season in Australia racked up smoke-related health costs of around $1.95 billion ...

The ACCC is standing firm against Facebook’s threat to block news content.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) says consumers are now paying less for the transportation of electricity.

A mass leak of US Government files has revealed details of global money-laundering networks.

Authorities are working out the kinks in proposed public data-sharing laws.

Dozens of experts have signed an open letter to the PM, saying Snowy 2.0 is turning into a “$10 billion white elephant”.

Services Australia is taking serious cues from Service NSW – bringing in digital kiosks and other technological improvements.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has been promoting carbon capture and storage in Australia, but there is serious concern ...

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