The Productivity Commission says reporting of foreign ownership of Australian water is sufficient.

An inquiry into who in the Prime Minister's Office knew about Brittany Higgins’ allegations of rape has been suspended.

The ATO has provided new details on an outback tax scam that cost it millions.

A review of Australia’s interstate rail network regulations has been launched.

Australian building giant Lendlease says the Federal Government must commit to cutting carbon emissions to zero by 2050.

Federal agencies are funding a new digital energy connections simulation tool.

ATAGI is recommending vaccination against COVID-19 for all individuals from 12 years of age.

China is preparing to test a molten salt nuclear reactor that uses thorium instead of uranium.

A damning COVIDSafe report shows the Federal Government ignored important input.

Over half of Australians in a recent survey support getting rid of retail cigarette sales within the decade.

A former Border Force official has been sentenced to jail after forging documents to make unauthorised payments.

The Federal Government has passed a bill that gives the AFP new powers to hack and disrupt ‘dark web’ activities.

The Federal Government has announced a new type of agricultural visa for foreigners to work on Australian farms.

The Health Department has created a new online map to show how many aged care workers are vaccinated.

New figures show Australian sales of electric cars are rising at record levels.

Services Australia staff are calling out for more resources and vaccinations.

More than 20 retired Family Court judges have returned to address a backlog of 7,000 cases.

New stats show wage growth is stalling and the gender pay gap is widening.

Survivors of Stolen Generation policies have welcomed a $378 million redress scheme.

Border Force is celebrating a successful trial of blockchain-based cross-border document trades.

Australia’s “broken” Freedom of Information system is allowing the Coalition to “unlawfully” block requests.

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