The Australian Government has proposed creating a marine zone the size of Germany in the Southern Ocean.

ASIC is, for the first time, taking a company to court over claims of ‘greenwashing’.

A former leader of the public service has blamed the former Coalition government for Australia’s “hollowed out” public sector.

The energy minister concedes that the Snowy 2.0 project is problematic, but says it will not be canned.

British scientists have calculated how much the war in Ukraine has affected global energy prices.

The Federal Government wants to create a new national cybersecurity office.

Our feature article series returns this week with a dive into the ‘One Health’ philosophy.

Steps are being taken toward a cohesive national digital ID system.

Australia’s migration system could soon undergo a major overhaul.

The Federal Government could restart water buybacks to meet Murray-Darling Basin Plan targets.

The Federal Government is looking for new blood to realise its high-speed rail dreams.

The Federal Government has announced plans to open five urgent healthcare centres in South Australia, with four to be located in metropolitan areas and one in Mount Gambier.

Australia has marked a year since the escalation of conflict between Russia and Ukraine by tightening...

Remarks made in the sentencing of former intelligence officer Witness J could be released.

New research suggests the main driver for inflation in Australia is excess corporate profits, not wages.

Additional military aircraft and ships have been deployed to the north of Australia to support border protection efforts.

The Federal Court has declined to release details about a vote to reduce access to legal documents.

The Commonwealth may soon publicly identify countries that are responsible for foreign interference campaigns in Australia.

Tech giants are being called to report on their measures for keeping children safe.

A judge has ruled that former prime minister Scott Morrison's decision to reject a gas exploration licence off the coast of New South Wales was “infected by apprehended bias”.

An expert consultation process has laid out a path to decarbonisation in Australia.

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