An Australian Tax Office whistleblower facing 161 years in prison will not be covered by new protections.

Paladin staff have walked off the job on Manus Island over low pay and poor working conditions.

Scott Morrison has written to the states and territories for support in establishing a disability sector royal commission.

Over 100 institutions have been implored to join the National Redress Scheme for victims of child sexual abuse.

The Morrison Government will claim existing credits towards its Paris climate target.

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) is unveiling its secretly-developed new drone.

The Federal Government has been accused of “undue secrecy” over legal advice about the Murray-Darling Basin Plan (MDBP).

The Federal Government is topping up the Snowy 2.0 project as part of its pre-election renewable energy pitch.

The Federal Government has been slammed for “stacking” the administrative appeals tribunal with political allies.

The Australian Council of Social Service wants a Royal Commission into abuse suffered by people with disabilities.

The Federal Government is trying to create a safety net on power prices to reduce costs for consumers.

Crossbench senators are being pushed defend protections for casual workers.

The Department of Defence has finally dumped Windows XP.

The long-awaited, $1.43 billion Hobart City Deal has been signed.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a $2 billion boost to the scheme that pays big polluters not to pollute.

The Australian dollar took a hit on Friday after China announced an indefinite ban on coal imports.

The Speaker of the House has rejected an attempt to sanction Tim Wilson for his handling of the franking credit inquiry.

The APVMA expects its pay-out bill to reach $1.5 million, with 50 more staff to exit.

The inland rail project is lining up to be an issue in both the NSW and federal elections, despite over $400 million already being spent.

One in 10 people with a Medicare card have opted-out of the new My Health Record digital health system.

Geoscientists say they need political support to dig deeper and access Australia’s next generation of mineral deposits.

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