Home Affairs has been ordered to compensate asylum seekers over a data breach.

Experts are working on new privacy tools to protect government databases.

NSW catholic schools have been given free rein on a $230 million taxpayer ‘slush fund’.

The federal treasurer says Australia’s planned COVID-19 vaccine rollout is still on track.

Australia is set to sign up to new agreements that will require it to integrate climate and pricing risks in its investments.

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has launched a $5 million project to drive down emissions from the agriculture sector.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has granted provisional approval to Pfizer Australia for its COVID-19 vaccine.

Google has again threatened to stop making its search engine available in Australia.

Education Minister Alan Tudge says it will be “very difficult” to get many foreign students back this year.

A new survey is seeking the views of thousands of Australian Public Service workers employed through labour hire.

A drop in Australia's unemployment level has been taken as an early sign of economic recovery.

At least 26 refugees and asylum seekers have been freed from a Melbourne hotel after years in immigration detention.

RBA documents suggest a rise in superannuation would cause wage growth to stall.

A Chinese bidder has bailed on plans to buy Australian builder Probuild.

Defence is reportedly considering scrapping its $80 billion contract with French submarine builder Naval Group.

A team of WHO investigators have landed in China, ready to find out more about the origins of COVID-19.

The Australian Academy of Science has entered the vaccine effectiveness debate.

Concern has been raised about the use of slave labour in producing PPE.

Media investigations reveal a curious timeline for the approval of a new uranium mine.

Australian experts are helping design new cathodes for high-performing sodium ion batteries.

The ACCC has released a report saying Northern Australian communities need more affordable insurance.

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