Allegations of shambolic activity within the Australian Border Force (ABF) have been raised.

The CPSU has called for the resignation of Senator Michaelia Cash over her threats against women ...

Conservationists want dramatic improvement in Australia’s species management systems.

Locals want the new Deputy PM to commit to progress on the Murray Darling.

A Canberra MP wants new Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister to scrap the APVMA move to Armidale.

ATO staff look like they will be made to share desks, after their union lost an FWC appeal.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has arrived in the US with a giant trade delegation.

ABCC leaders received 14 per cent pay rises last year, while agency staff recevied just 1 per cent on average.

Australia has been ranked 13th least corrupt in the new global corruption index.

Chris Moraitis says big data and rapid technological change are challenges for the public service.

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) wants staff to report colleagues who are taking long lunches or wasting time.

Experts have reflected on the blocked changes to the MDBP.

Scam ads have appeared on the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) website.

The Prime Minister has changed the code of ministerial standards to ban sexual relations between ministers and staff.

Authorities have proposed allowing energy retailers to defer some of their emissions reductions under the NEG.

The NSW and SA education ministers have united to push for changes to NAPLAN.

ABF Commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg is believed to have accrued $400,000 amid an investigation into his personal conduct.

The cashless welfare card will stay in SA and WA for another year, but a wider expansion of the program has been blocked.

A historic anniversary has been used to push for targets to reduce the number of Indigenous children in care.

A new federal agency will be set up in an electorate where the Nationals suffered a historic loss.

New research has found 9 out of 10 kids at a juvenile detention centre have at least one form of severe brain impairment.

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