Bill Shorten says Adani's proposed coal mine in Queensland would not worsen national greenhouse gas emissions.

ASIC has denied being too friendly with big banks and financial institutions ...

Australia’s decade-long ‘education revolution’ appears to have disadvantaged many public schools.

School kids are going on strike next week to protest climate inaction.

Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O'Dwyer has called on the Federal Court to wrap up an important casual worker test case.

Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan has reportedly put aside plans for a taskforce to scrutinise university responses to sexual assault and harassment.

The APVMA chief has defended the agency and his management of it.

The Federal Government says all its public services will be online in seven years.

Thousands of Tax Office staff will be given panic buttons on mobile phones in response to security fears.

The Federal Government has put up $500 million to “turbocharge” the construction of new dams and irrigation projects.

A new plan would see families gain greater flexibility with how they use paid parental leave entitlements.

Australia will spend $25 million a year to electrify Papua New Guinea, according to a new deal.

Over 200,000 Australians are now on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and almost all report positive experiences.

A bill to ban foreign political donations has passed the Senate, despite concerns about a loophole.

Support for a federal anti-corruption commission appears to be growing.

Federal parliament has passed changes to the GST distribution system.

A $36 million fit-out at an Australian Tax Office building in Melbourne is set to slash floor space.

The Climate Council says the severe drought gripping much of Australia has been exacerbated by climate change.

Australian oil and gas giant Woodside wants a national carbon pricing scheme.

A new report details the major transformations underway for the global energy sector, driven largely by renewables.

Australia’s new face-matching system will be prone to misreading non-Caucasian faces, experts say.

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