APRA says it may take regulatory action to force the finance sector to respond to climate change.

Despite 3,600 sackings last year, Eric Abetz wants APS job cuts to go further.

The new boss of the APVMA says he will overhaul the agency as it relocates from Canberra.

The Prime Minister has announced a Royal Commission into the banking sector.

Leases have been signed at what could be the site of Australia's first commercial space centre.

Coal-fired power is having its “Kodak moment”, according to ...

Darwin residents could become the next group to sue the Defence Department over PFAS contamination.

Doctors have joined a push to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14 years old.

The Federal Government has managed to keep its latest energy policy alive.

The new National Domestic Violence Order Scheme (NDVOS) has come into effect.

The Federal Government has unveiled its Foreign Policy White Paper, designed to guide relations for the next decade.

Catholic and independent schools are arguing over who is most disadvantaged by the current funding model.

South Australia has continued the stand-off over the Federal Government's Gonski 2.0 education plan.

Canberra’s gender pay gap has grown.

DPMC boss Martin Parkinson says the public service must confront the impact of violence against women as a workplace and moral issue.

The Fair Work Commission has begun to hear arguments in the ATO’s hot-desking case.

DHS has been accused of a “scandalous” level of privatisation.

A joint letter from 16 groups across the political and social spectrum has called for immediate action on the National Energy Guarantee.

The SA Government says it will not sign off on any changes to the Murray Darling Basin Plan, leading the Federal Government to accuse it of playing “petty politics”.

The ACCC is concerned that enhanced used of data analysis could lead to e-collusion.

The AMA wants access to the hundreds of asylum seekers and refugees languishing on Manus Island.

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