The Turnbull government wants the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to invest in carbon capture and storage.

New figures show renewable sources provided 17 per cent of Australia’s electricity in 2016 – a 3 per cent increase on the year before.

Corporate regulator ASIC is making changes to keep up with rapidly changing tech sectors.

Top government officials are looking at public hospital funding reforms that could see consumers pay more.

The Queensland Government will not give away royalties for Adani’s Carmichael coal mine.

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute has warned the world is “going to hell”, and the Defence Department is not ready.

The Federal Government has conceded that not much is happening with its plans to decentralise the public sector.

The Federal Government appears to have abandoned its “Shared Services Centre”, after sinking $210 million into the idea.

A global treaty to protect human health and the environment comes into force in 90 days, but Australia has still not ratified it.

Federal Government departments are working to improve the much maligned myGov system.

Experts say we need to ask difficult questions about how to reduce the number of Australian children in out-of-home care.

Researchers say Australia is not facing a gas shortfall crisis.

NBN has purchased over 15,000km of copper cabling in an investment likened to buying steam trains.

Australia has purchased two high-performance storage solutions to provide an advanced data platform for researchers.

The Federal Government is close to introducing new revenge porn laws.

Medical research could already be suffering under Australia’s new visa laws.

Wikipedia has changed its Australian front page to raise awareness of copyright reform.

Evidence from a remote cave on Australia’s north coast has confirmed human occupation of the region 50,000 years ago.

ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston has been accused of conspiring to “defraud the Commonwealth”.

State education ministers are standing against the Turnbull government’s new school funding model.

HMAS Adelaide has been dry-docked as engineers scramble to fix issues from just 18 months in service.

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