The Federal Government has launched an online register of childcare centres that “rort the system”.

Even without the Queensland's rejection, Adani's $1 billion NAIF loan is unlikely to be approved.

The Federal Government has defended the hundreds of millions it has spent on management consultants.

The launch of the new Home Affairs agency has been far from a fresh start ...

The Productivity Commission says decentralisation is not a fix for struggling regional economies.

Unions have issued a warning about the new version of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Experts have attacked Tony Abbott’s latest comments on carbon credits.

The Federal Government has been accused of shifting the goalposts with the release of new annual emissions projections.

The Federal Government has announced $70 million will be spent to replace Australia’s highest performance research supercomputer, Raijin.

The Federal Government has announced a funding freeze for universities aimed at saving over $2 billion.

ACOSS wants the Senate to reject the cashless welfare card program.

The new boss of the APVMA says he has found transparency helps soothe workers’ feelings about the move to Armidale.

An expert on superannuation in Australia says the Federal Government is going for “entirely the wrong model”.

A new survey finds most Australians want a federal ICAC.

PM&C chief Martin Parkinson wants public service leaders to hold a national survey of Australian views of government service delivery.

A new review says a string of biosecurity failures allowed white spot disease to spread in Queensland ...

The Government has revealed which companies have received its $36 billion worth of IT procurement in the last five years.

An anti-nuclear group founded in Australia has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and used the attention to call for a complete ban on atomic weapons.

NBN Co’s decision to stall the HFC rollout has already cost $50 million.

The ATO has ditched a plan to reveal the bottom 10 per cent of its employees.

The CPSU has described an attempt to have Border Force pay for their own team-building activities as “half-baked”.

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