Obesity experts want children's height and weight to be measured every two years.

Changes could be on the way for the fund designed to turn northern Australia into an economic powerhouse.

Reports say there are about 15,000 people living in some form of slavery in Australia.

The audit office says evidence about the effectiveness of the cashless welfare card is unreliable.

Centrelink’s remote work-for-the-dole scheme has been labelled “devastating” for Indigenous participants.

Men still dominate top executive roles, despite often being out-performed by women.

Adani appears close to locking in finance for a key part of its $16.5 billion Queensland coal mine.

The ATO has spent almost a million dollars finding out many Australians do not believe it is fair.

Tech firm Unisys has lost one of the Federal Government’s longest running outsourcing arrangements.

A three-month window for people to opt out of the My Health Record system opens today.

Energy Australia says the NEG is not inherently pro-coal.

Treasury Secretary John Fraser is quitting, to be replaced by Scott Morrison's former chief of staff.

A high-powered international reference group has been announced for the looming APS review.

Questions have been asked about the exclusive Qantas memberships of some high-flying public service heads.

Opponents are mounting against Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel’s ideas for AI regulation.

New analysis shows Australia reached a 19 per cent share renewable energy in the year to June 30.

The Ai Group says Australia needs to resolve its decade-long war on climate and energy policy ...

The Federal Government has signed a reported $1 billion deal with IBM.

Experts have revived their push for a sugary drink tax.

The school chaplains program has been labelled discriminatory.

The Federal Government is pushing a new model for carving up GST.

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