The Education Minister says a new ruling will let unis modernise their staffing.

More local governments are deciding on whether to continue celebrating January 26 as Australia Day.

A parliamentary committee looking at public sector decentralisation has heard staff should be able to work from wherever they want.

The Federal Government is planning random drug tests for welfare recipients ...

A looming electoral carve-up could be concerning for some federal MPs.

A fraud probe is reportedly investigating over 50 sub-contractors hired by the federal government.

Senators have faced a dive boat operator whose business is being harmed by ...

An NT MP has described how a work-for-the-dole scheme is driving people to desperation.

Building fire experts have called for important reforms in the wake of the Grenfell Tower blaze.

Malcolm Turnbull says his Government will not build new coal-fired power stations ...

The ACCC has told ISPs to advertise the slowest internet speeds consumers will face on their NBN plans.

The Tax Office is celebrating the considerable uptake of its voice biotmetrics.

ACT public servants have been warned against campaigning for or against marriage equality.

Melbourne’s Darebin council has been stripped of its citizenship ceremony after agreeing not to celebrate colonialism.

A major union is fighting the growing trend of ‘hot-desking’ in government offices.

Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg has reflected on the changing state of Australia’s energy system.

The PBS has decided not to list a potentially life-changing cystic fibrosis drug.

Australia’s major telcos have been ordered to block another batch of websites linked to piracy of TV shows and movies.

Leaked documents have revealed the role that Australia’s secretive Pine Gap base plays on US battlefields.

Airservices Australia has been accused of a conflict of interest over a billion-dollar traffic management contract.

Australia’s official unemployment rate is down to 5.6 per cent.

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