There is a type of small Australian lizard that sits in an interesting evolutionary middle ground.

Scott Morrison gave a vague address about cyber-security last week, and now experts have fleshed out his message.

New figures suggest Australia’s big money COVID-19 responses will not require serious austerity to repay.

The Federal Government is preparing a tertiary fees overhaul that will see cheaper degrees in priority areas.

Leaked documents suggest the Reserve Bank considered asking private firms not to record slumping property prices.

A new study finds that millions of ‘quiet Australians’ may not be interested in politics at all.

Reports say deputy PM Michael McCormack billed taxpayers for Melbourne Cup flights ...

Peter Dutton has been threatened with jail time over a visa delay.

NBN Co has been found to have misled Canberra consumers about needing to move to the broadband network.

New reports say big investors are making a killing on water.

Queensland and New South Wales have accused the Federal Government of abandoning a popular drought assistance scheme.

The Prime Minister is pushing IR changes as a method to get the Australian economy moving after COVID-19.

South Australia will be the site of Australia’s space mission control, forming the heart of the nation’s first space hub.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is working with the renewable energy industry to develop priorities for Australia’s energy transition.

Services Australia has bought over 35,000 laptops and monitors since the COVID-19 outbreak began.

The Federal Health Minister says Australia's COVID-19 studies could make it a leader in future medical research and clinical trials.

Microsoft says it is holding off on selling facial recognition to US police departments.

The Energy Minister says he is working to bolster Australia’s domestic fuel security and ease pressure on refineries.

Scott Morrison has apologised for any “hurt or harm” caused by the robodebt scheme ...

The ABC has asked staff to volunteer for redundancies, but jobs cuts should be on the way.

The federal agriculture department is considering a $78 million office move.

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