Australia’s major parties have decided there is no need for a binding code of conduct for politicians.

A new report has called for significant changes at the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).

The Federal Government appears to be walking away from its Water for Fodder scheme.

The Federal Government has unveiled Australia's new cyber security strategy.

Australians are again being urged to download the COVID-19 contact-tracing app, following recent updates.

‘The Dish’ – Australia’s iconic Parkes radio telescope – has been added to the National Heritage List.

Policing cannabis costs Australia over $1 billion every year.

One of Australia's social justice commissioners has called for alcohol label reform.

Media giant Foxtel has been given $10 million from a federal COVID-19 response fund.

Paul Keating says early withdrawal of superannuation is entrenching inequality between generations.

ACCC chair Rod Sims says regulators must keep pace with the rapid evolution of digital platforms.

The AFP has launched Australia’s first National DNA Program.

Part of the Australian Institute of Sport is being sold off and turned into a centre of excellence for Paralympic and women's sports.

The MDBA says the outlook for the 2020-21 year is looking more positive compared to last year.

Indigenous contributors have launched new best practice guidelines for land and sea management.

The Australian Energy Market Operator says Australia is in the midst of possibly the world’s fastest energy transition.

The Federal Government is beginning to grant visas to international students to lift struggling university sector.

ARENA has undertaken a new initiative that will ask industry figures about ways to reduce emissions.

The total amount of Robodebt refunds is now $224 million, paid to 145,000 people.

Australia’s leading fossil fuel lobby wants a faster approval process.

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