Experts say governments should not be afraid to sue tobacco companies for their enormous cost to health systems.

A mental health expert has described ways to improve Australia’s one-stop youth centre – Headspace.

Union members at the Bureau of Meteorology are planning rolling strikes.

Federal Court will this week walk off the job for the third time.

Trade ministers from 11 Pacific Rim countries have announced an agreement on a rebadged Trans-Pacific Partnership.

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has proposed amendments to the Murray–Darling Basin Plan.

Both sides of SA Parliament are coming together to convince the Federal Government to split the water and agriculture portfolios.

The CPSU says ABC staff are under “dangerous” levels of workplace stress.

The NT Government has been accused of leaving Katherine's medical staff in the lurch about the health risks posed by PFAS chemical contamination in the town's water supply.

The Fair Work Commission has ordered a foul-mouthed miner’s job be reinstated ...

Researchers say insurers are engaging in genetic discrimination.

A judge from the US is touring the world to drum up support for an international corruption court.

A former head of Britain's MI5 cracking down on online encryption could lead to more illicit hacking.

The ATO’s planned hot-desking scheme is about to go before the Fair Work Commission.

Federal government departments have been honoured for promoting inclusion and opportunity for staff.

The Prime Minister has been accused of lying in his rejection of a proposed Indigenous voice to parliament.

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.

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