Workplace researchers say training to reduce gender bias may be “lip service” that covers up the fact that things are getting worse.

BoM staff are ramping up their industrial action campaign.

The Fair Work Commission says five days' unpaid domestic violence leave is appropriate, but one prominent victim says it is not enough.

An inquiry has found the justice system needs major reforms to reduce the massive over-representation of Indigenous people in jail.

Analysts want the Defence Department's financial reporting be more transparent and straightforward.

An attempt by Labor and the Greens to disallow controversial new marine park management plans has failed in the Senate.

Tax concessions for the wealthy cost the Commonwealth more than its four main welfare services combined, according to a new report.

ATO staff are having their performance measured against the amount that taxpayers pay back, something their union says is “unfair and unreasonable”.

Plans are proceeding for a nuclear waste dump in South Australia’s outback.

The Federal Government has put up $70 million for a national centre to fight child exploitation.

An internal survey has revealed Border Force staff have little faith in the senior management.

The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet wants to make large government datasets more useful.

The loss of Barnaby Joyce appears not to have affected the Federal Government’s decentralisation push.

The Department of Social Services has spent $236,000 installing bollards around its new building.

New marine park management plans have been labelled the “largest removal of marine area from conservation ever”.

A third of households that try to switch over to the NBN are left without connectivity during the process, official stats say.

Experts say the Federal Government’s health advice on PFAS chemicals must be changed.

State governments are investing enough in renewables to render the Turnbull government’s energy policy useless.

The money spent hiring contractors has almost doubled in five years ...

A former Liberal Party director has been appointed to two part-time public sector roles.

Queensland will host the construction of new defence vehicles, leading Victoria to claim it has been snubbed.

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