Labor leader Anthony Albanese has backed coal exports as he prepares to tour regional Queensland.

The Federal Government denies doing a deal to secure the repeal of ‘medevac’ laws, despite strong indications that it did.

Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese has taken a swing at social media giants.

The aged care royal commission is holding its next public hearing in Canberra this week.

Official forecasts predict power prices will fall in most Australian states and territories over the next three years.

The Federal Government cannot find funding for the only peak body representing Indigenous survivors of domestic violence.

Greenhouse gas emissions should set a new record this year, but the rate of growth has shrunk.

A new review has called for the hiring of more LGBTQ and disabled astronomers.

Australia will no longer have a federal arts department, with plans to roll it into a department that oversees roads and rail.

The Prime Minister has announced a major shake-up of the public service – reducing 18 departments down to 14.

Senators have called for an inquiry over Angus Taylor’s “clear breaches” of ministerial standards.

Experts say the growth of Australia’s cities is being held back by institutional silos, perennial underfunding and lack of a national vision.

The Federal Education Minister says “alarm bells should be ringing” over poor student test results.

This year ends a decade of exceptional global heat, retreating ice and record sea levels driven by human activities.

Authorities have come together to warn the Federal Government not to attempt to curtail ‘secondary boycotts’.

A new $88 million program will see Australia’s spy agencies do what many thought they already did.

A $100 million deal in South Australia will see water for fodder flow from next week.

A new legal challenge will test whether native title holders can claim exclusive access to Australian beaches.

Offshore processing costs $573,000 per person.

Australia’s rare earths industry has welcomed a new deal with the US.

Tech firm Infosys has secured a massive Centrelink payments engine deal.

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