A major Australian government contractor has been deemed a “high-risk” client by a secretive international law firm.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration has been accused of being too friendly to the industry it is meant to regulate.

An ever-growing pile of complaints has led the ACCC to announce a public inquiry into the standard of the NBN’s wholesale service.

The major parties are reportedly conducting their own citizenship audits ...

A group of former judges says it is absurd to think corruption stops at the ACT border.

Federal Court staff will soon undertake rolling strikes in a bid to break their workplace stoush over rights and conditions.

Tensions are high in an ongoing stand-off between hundreds of asylum seekers and PNG authorities.

Michael Pezzullo says the new Home Affairs department will not be a “sinister behemoth”.

The Federal Government has thrown out plans for a referendum on Indigenous recognition.

The Federal Government has launched a $100 million fund to fight brain cancer.

Federal Government ministers have written a formal letter to China in support of the Adani Carmichael coal project.

A High Court ruling has left Australia without a majority government, deputy PM, agriculture and regional development minister.

NBN Co has secured a deal to connect 400 “non-operational” Air Force, Army and Navy facilities to its network.

The Productivity Commission has called for a carbon tax, describing Australia’s energy system as “an appalling mess”.

Completion of the Nadia virtual assistant for the NDIS has been pushed back, with the Government revealing that work has been stopped for several months.

DFAT will be questioned over alleged secret approaches to foreign agencies for money to back Adani's Carmichael coal mine.

The relocation of the federal government’s pesticides authority has been fast-tracked.

Unions are outraged over an AFP raid that has led to the resignation of an employment department staffer.

The Immigration Department and the ATO are failing to meet government cyber-security standards, according to a new report.

The head of the Productivity Commission has criticised public sector heads for a lack of creative thinking.

Hobart City Council has joined the push to change the date of Australia Day.

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