Ratings agency Moody’s has confirmed Australia’s triple-A status.

The unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest rate since November last year.

The Federal Government says it will help build undersea data cables for the Solomon Islands, thwarting a big Chinese firm’s plans.

A new investigation into Centrelink’s robo-debt recovery program has been announced this week.

The Australia Institute says both Labor and Liberal pollution reduction targets for 2030 will not see ...

Tony Abbott’s expert group on the health impacts of wind turbines has done very little.

Major firms are pulling pages provided by recruitment company PageUp after reports client data may have been compromised.

There are claims this week that Bureau of Meteorology workers are being gagged.

A new deal will see some Department of Home Affairs staff receive a 7 per cent pay rise, nearly five years after their last increase.

The Federal Government has created an extra $25 million mobile blackspot funding round.

The benefits of a major federal department merger have not been proven.

Federal Court staff have voted for a new enterprise agreement after four years of negotiations.

Serious moves to establish a treaty with Aboriginal people are afoot this week.

Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says the pink batts scheme would not have proceeded if its safety risks were better understood.

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation's (ANSTO) is fixing tech errors in response to workers’ concerns.

It seems more regional residents want internet access than NBN designers planned for.

Public Service Commissioner John Lloyd has resigned amid questions over his conduct.

A former leader of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has joined call for a funding overhaul.

The Catholic Church, Anglican Church, Salvation Army, Scouts Australia and the YMCA have all signed on to the national redress scheme for child abuse survivors.

The Fair Work Commission has increased the national minimum wage by 3.5 per cent to $719.20 a week.

The Greens say there is evidence that school chaplains are pushing religion on students.

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