The European Union has postponed negotiations for a free trade agreement with Australia.

The National Tertiary Education Union has backed compulsory COVID-19 vaccination for university staff and students.

Financial regulators have again warned that Australia risks losing out by not adopting new climate change rules.

The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) has a new commissioner.

Emergency laws could be rushed through to help businesses fend off major cyber attacks.

Services Australia says it is not changing its COVID vaccine certificate despite them being easily faked.

Defence staff have been offered counselling for 'stress and uncertainty' after a big sub deal was scrapped.

A dissenting member of the Fair Work Commission (FWC) has labelled mandatory vaccines for workers “medical apartheid”.

Boeing says it will build Loyal Wingman drones in Queensland.

China has announced that transactions of crypto-currencies are now illegal...

The IMF wants Australia to crack down on growing house prices.

States and territories could cause trouble for the Federal Government’s coal power subsidy plan.

The surge of people moving from capital cities to regional centres continues.

A union survey has found the National Indigenous Australians Agency is overworked and understaffed.

The Commonwealth Ombudsman says documents from the creation of the Robodebt scheme need to be kept secret.

A new report raises some serious integrity concerns with Australia’s ‘junk’ carbon credits.

Australia Post says it is nearing the end of a massive telecommunications transformation.

Former attorney-general Christian Porter has resigned and saved the Coalition from a difficult byelection.

A diplomatic spat has erupted between Australia and France over a new submarine deal.

UN chief Antonio Guterres says the world is on a “catastrophic pathway” to a hotter future.

Australia’s new submarine deal will require a generation of nuclear specialists to be trained.

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