A class action has been filed against the Defence Department over PFAS contamination.

AusPost has launched a dedicated Tech Academy.

A new survey finds over 70 per cent of Australians want the government to set a high renewable energy target.

Mayors and councillors have called on the federal government to financially support asylum seekers.

The Federal Government is amending its e-health legislation after intense public outcry.

Soldiers could be deployed to help drought-stricken farmers across the eastern states.

More details have emerged about $443.8 million in reef funding that was awarded without a competitive tender process.

A new report on wage equality finds Australia's richest 20 per cent own almost two thirds of country's wealth.

The AFP is working on software to prevent staff being exposed to distressing digital evidence.

Huawei says China will be involved in Australia’s 5G network regardless of potential government bans.

The Defence Department wants help to develop cyber solutions for national security issues.

A Senate inquiry has heard Australian drivers could pay the price for inaction on electric vehicles.

A two-stage process might be used to get the national energy guarantee (NEG) happening.

A fifth of the APVMA’s staff will now stay in the ACT.

Labor MP Emma Husar is being investigated by her party over allegations of workplace bullying and misconduct.

The Federal Government is setting up a 100-person task force to catch people trying to rip off the NDIS.

Bureaucratic bungles are costing taxpayers millions each year in secret compensation payments.

Citizenship Minister Alan Tudge says migrants should sit an Australian “values” test ...

New modelling has found Australian households would save about $150 every year on their power bills under the NEG.

Residents in PFAS-affected areas have described their lives as a “living hell”.

The federal Future Fund is reportedly benefiting from widespread underpayment and exploitation ...

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