Contentious NAPLAN data was released this week amid argument about its validity.

Airservices Australia staff have backed strike action.

South Australia's Murray Darling Basin Royal Commission will not cross–examine federal officials.

The Morrison Government has combined the public service and finance portfolios and given them to Mathias Cormann ...

Scientists say giant dams could turn north QLD, WA and the NT into even greater agricultural food bowls.

The former president of the NFF says federal politicians are ignoring the link between drought and climate change.

American legal activist Erin Brockovich has arrived in Australia for a lawsuit against the Department of Defence.

Healthcare workers have raised new My Health Record privacy concerns.

CSIRO has laid out a plan for Australia to maximise its role in the growing hydrogen industry.

The new PM has appointed an anti-wind energy minister, and a coal lobbyist as chief of staff.

A succession of critically ill asylum seeker children are being brought from Nauru.

Experts have labelled proposed new tech surveillance laws “aggressive”.

The top public servant has denied playing a part in payback against ministers who turned on Malcolm Turnbull.

The CPSU has criticised the latest federal decentralisation plan.

An ongoing review could call for the creation of a single mission statement for the whole public service.

Barnaby Joyce has been accused of tilting the MDBA towards irrigation interests over the environment.

Trust and confidence in all levels of Australian government is on the decline.

NBN chief Bill Morrow has backpedalled on charges that could have seen regional customers paying more for broadband services.

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has gone live.

Australia has a new Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner.

The Prime Minister has announced more changes to the NEG in a bid to appease conservative uproar.

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