ASIC chair James Shipton has stepped aside pending outcome of investigation into a massive tax advice bill.

AusPost chief Christine Holgate has been stood down and the board put on notice.

Mathias Cormann has gone against his own previous views in his bid to lead the OECD.

The AFP and Attorney-General’s department have this week launched the Bribery Prevention Network ...

Russian agents have been accused of a ‘microwave attack’ on CIA agents in Australia.

Scientists have slammed a plan to infect troublesome carp with herpes.

There are calls this week for tighter restrictions to stop companies raiding a hiring credit scheme.

A transport workers' union says Australian ports are relying on “slavery”.

An attempted government cover-up over a bungled $30 million airport deal has been exposed.

Australian intelligence agencies will soon launch their own satellite.

NBN Co and CSIRO have joined forces for new projects.

TPG has called for an end to NBN ‘protectionism’.

Research suggests that if Australia had a net zero emissions target, it could trigger $63 billion in new investment.

Mike Pezzullo says national security threats require deeper links between governments and the governed.

The last round of consultation on Australia’s Open Government Partnership plan is now open.

Assistant Treasurer Michael Sukkar and former minister Kevin Andrews have been cleared of misusing Commonwealth funds.

Experts are calling for the creation of an official biodiversity-monitoring agency.

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has called for ‘early action’ rather than ‘early warnings’ as extreme weather increases.

Millions more will be spent on the final stage of the Centrelink payments system overhaul.

Home Affairs has run an internal security assessment of the TikTok app.

There is a serious push for a royal commission into the abuse of media monopoly in Australia.

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