AEMO has called for more gas investment, as the majority of Australia’s supply continues to be exported.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has laid out power price adjustments for consumers.

Scientists and industry leaders are pushing for action on clean indoor air.

A recent legal case could send a warning to public servants over freedom of information requests.

Australia and the United Kingdom have formalised a new cooperation agreement on defence and security.

The Federal Government has announced a new taskforce to crack down on overcharging of NDIS participants.

Over 100 world leaders have voiced their support for the finalisation of the ‘Pandemic Accord’.

New figures suggest Australia saw a decline in opioid after PBS policy changes.

Concerns have been raised about how law enforcement and integrity agencies access and store telecommunications data.

The Attorney-General has received advice on legal reforms aimed at addressing discrimination in private schools.

Australia will put up billions of dollars to help Rolls-Royce improve the UK’s nuclear reactor production line.

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says 2023 set a grim milestone as the hottest year on record, with climate indicators reaching catastrophic levels.

A debate is unfolding over the efficacy of superannuation performance tests.

Planned strikes that could have interrupted holiday flight plans have been postponed.

Independent MPs are pushing for HECS debt reform.

A former leading federal public servant has joined the board of a major super fund.

Shadow Treasurer Angus Taylor has accused Treasurer Jim Chalmers of attempting to politicise the central bank

Investing 3 per cent of GDP into research could boost the economy by $100 billion and create 42,000 new jobs ...

Australia’s Biodiversity Council has questioned a proposed environmental law carve out for the offshore oil and gas industry.

The US Government has issued a warning about the vulnerability of water systems to cyberattacks.

The eSafety Commissioner has called on social media companies to show how they are blocking extremist material.

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