The auditor-general has found a federal government minister awarded $100 million worth of grants based on electorates the Coalition wanted to win.

The Reserve Bank has responded to conspiratorial concerns about its proposed cash ban.

Australia's science minister wants the climate change debate to move several steps ahead.

A leading Australian economist says Australia can have zero emissions and still profit from minerals.

Some of the world’s biggest tobacco companies want to meet with the Federal Government ...

The ATO has revealed the cause of an IT outage at tax time last year.

New stats show NBN Co technicians missed 350 appointments a day in 2019.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has suggested the government may bolster its carbon emission reduction efforts.

Bushfires are causing problems for the Snowy Hydro 2.0 project, with machinery lost and a nearby town half-destroyed.

The Federal Government has announced several new health projects in response to ongoing bushfires.

The current Australian bushfire season has exposed a need for more resilient telecommunications.

The Nationals leader has defended his defiance of a Senate order over regional grants scheme, despite initial advice.

Some state are refusing to help the Commonwealth review their water-sharing.

A group of former fire chiefs has accused the Australian government of being “asleep at the wheel” on climate policy.

A joint letter from over 100 doctors urges Australia to protect imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

The Federal Government’s budget surplus has been revised down to $5 billion amid a forecast revenue slump.

A major Australian spy agency will soon be run by a woman for the first time.

The market power of Facebook and Google will soon be subject to a digital code of conduct.

A new, $30 million water buyback is aimed at helping struggling farming families along the lower Darling River.

Australia has been slammed for its policy of using old carbon credits to count towards future emissions targets.

Authorities say over 30 gigawatts of new clean power generation will be needed ...

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