New claims have emerged in what could be the Morrison Government’s biggest rort yet.

Australia will soon start allowing year 11 and 12 students to enter from China, except from the Hubei province at the centre of the COVID-19 outbreak.

With environmental risks on the rise, experts are calling for a new air pollution monitoring body.

Principles formed deep in Australia’s colonial history have been revived in the push for a federal corruption court.

A royal commission in Sydney has heard people with disabilities are seen as broken and in need of fixing by the medical profession.

The new Australian Space Agency launched this week.

The Federal Government says its latest efforts to stop welfare overpayment will cost about $30 million.

A report has found community confidence in the AFP has suffered in the wake of media raids and leaked information.

The ACT Government says proposed religious freedom laws would seriously threaten human rights protections.

More major retailers have been slammed for underpaying their staff.

The Prime Minister may adopt a technology investment target to avoid zero greenhouse gas targets.

Attorney-General Christian Porter is considering punishments in his push to criminalise wage theft.

The Federal Court has dismissed a case about the validity of police warrants used to raid media outlets.

An official report shows users on the NBN’s most expensive plans are suffering the biggest dips in speed ...

The Federal Government has funded a giant plastic-shredder to help clean up polluted oceans.

US firm General Motors has announced it will axe its Holden brand by the end of the year.

Authorities have called for ‘critical’ funding to increase the capacity of an interstate energy transmission corridor.

China has reported a drop in the number of new cases of coronavirus Covid-19.

Australia's biggest hospital service allegedly tried to gag a whistleblower who exposed its allegedly corrupt behaviour.

The laws behind the plan to build a nuclear waste dump in South Australia have been raised in federal parliament.

Concerning new details have emerged about the Federal Government’s two sports rorts.

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