The Grattan Institute says regional towns should focus on keeping current residents before trying to attract new ones.

Claims of spying by the Australian Government have been heard in court for the first time.

Authorities are using satellites to keep track of river flows in the northern Murray–Darling Basin in a bid to guard against water theft.

The Australian Academy of Science wants input on a national plan to get more women in STEM fields.

The gas industry has become the latest to call on the Federal Government to come up with a climate and energy policy.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he will scrap the National Energy Guarantee (NEG).

Federal public servants from a range of departments will soon take part in cyber wargames.

The Fair Work Commission has ditched a $3 million software system after using it for just 10 days.

The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has made its largest investment to date.

Immigration insiders have spoken out about Peter Dutton's au pair interventions.

A draft report says the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) could be split into two separate institutions.

The new energy minister has been outlining his plans for the portfolio.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has signalled he may try to ban the CFMEU.

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A giant chunk of Antarctica will soon break free, but what does it mean for the rest of the Earth?

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