The Federal Government will soon face a second legal challenge to its controversial welfare debt recovery scheme.

The Productivity Commission says Australia should dump all its remaining tariffs.

The Productivity Commission says the middle of a drought is the worst time to make drought policy.

The Federal Government will soon attempt to pass its ‘big stick’ energy laws.

Official data shows Australia’s carbon emissions continue to rise.

Federal MPs have been granted a two per cent pay rise.

The Australian economy has slowed to the weakest level since the global financial crisis.

The Federal Government wants new measures to ensure the physical safety of international students.

New modelling shows Australia is on track to achieve 50 per cent renewable electricity by 2030 without government intervention.

The ATO is involved in over 50 joint investigations into global tax crime alongside four of its international counterparts.

Questions are being asked about the independence of the AFP after a series of raids targeting the media.

Coalition MP Warren Entsch is envoy to the Great Barrier Reef, but also supports massive land clearing nearby.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has pledged $250 million for infrastructure in the Solomon Islands.

The US Government may soon require immigrants to submit five years of social media history.

Labor's first Aboriginal spokesperson for indigenous Australians wants efforts to reduce indigenous suicide.

Reforms to set up the new centralised Services Australia agency have been signed.

NBN Co is testing its method for upgrading FTTN connections.

Australia's National Electricity Market (NEM) and power generators are being hobbled by policy and pricing limitations, a major study of the sector says.

The AFP has raided the home of a journalist over a spying story from 2018.

A senate hearing has heard maritime safety standards are being compromised because the peak regulator is too busy.

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