Youth homelessness costs national health and justice systems more than $600 million a year.

Federal Government frontbencher Arthur Sinodinos is standing by his decision not to front a Senate committee.

The 2,000 residents of Norfolk Island say Australia is trying to “re-colonise” their tiny South Pacific home.

Projects to boost water quality on the Great Barrier Reef have been announced.

Asylum seekers may be able to claim damages from the Australian government following a ruling by the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Supreme Court.

The CSIRO has unveiled its formal restructuring plans, which include more than 275 job cuts.

International attention has been drawn to the CSG industry in Queensland on the back of a YouTube video.

The Papua New Guinea Government wants Australia to slow down its rampant coal mining operations in the face of the Paris Agreement on carbon emissions.

The Federal Government has moved to combat the oversupply of Chinese steel.

Bendigo Bank is under pressure to cease its operations on Nauru.

The ALP says it will unwind the LNP’s harsh public sector bargaining policy if it wins the next election.

The Australian Government has admitted it can conduct cyber attacks.

Australia's leading scientists are concerned that the CSIRO will lose millions of dollars in international grants.

The Federal Government is setting up a levy on banks to enhance regulation.

Reports say a Senate committee will soon call for bans on microbeads and single-use plastic bags.

The Prime Minister has announced a $3 billion program that will see 12 offshore patrol vessels built in Adelaide and WA.

The senate has agreed to abolish Labor’s Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal.

The union-busting starts today.

The Greens have released an 18-point policy plan they say will stamp out tax avoidance by multinationals and raise at least AU$1.69 billion in additional revenue.

Advocates say a 20 per cent tax on sugary drinks will save 1,600 lives over 25 years, while reducing the social costs of diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

Telstra's chief technology officer says “innovation” is at risk of becoming a meaningless buzzword.

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