An expert review has found Australia already had “more than enough” COVID-19 capacity before the Federal Government spent $200 million on Andrew Forrest’s tests.

Home Affairs Department secretary Michael Pezzullo has been honoured for his service in the federal bureaucracy.

Experts say the overlooked “human factor” in water management rules can have serious consequences.

Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt says no Aboriginal site should ever be damaged by mining, but another could be on the block.

Authorities have welcomed a wave of interest in building Australia’s first commercial scale hydrogen projects.

Authorities have used face-scanning technology to verify identities for bushfire payments.

Former senior public servants have called for a carbon price to be brought back.

Economists say a renewables-led economic recovery would create far more jobs than a fossil-fuel-led recovery.

The Government says the NBN rollout is now 99 per cent complete.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a foreign investment overhaul.

The Federal Government has announced new $25,000 HomeBuilder cash grants.

New models suggest Australia’s universities could lose $16 billion in revenue between now and 2023.

Leaders have voted to scrap the COAG model, but local government says it has been left out.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has declared Australia is in recession after almost 29 years of economic growth.

Communities along the Murray-Darling Basin are calling for the urgent buyback of water.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has farewelled its CEO.

The Federal Court has fined the makers of Voltaren Osteo Gel $4.5 million for breaches of Australian Consumer Law.

The bushfire royal commission has been given an indication of the enormous toll on public health.

Regulators are building a system to allow Australians more access to and power over their data.

Global energy leaders have highlighted the need for greater investment in clean energy.

AEMO says that if the right measures are taken, Australia’s energy grid could support up to 75 per cent renewable energy.

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