The Federal Court has ordered Jobs Minister Michaelia Cash to give evidence in a legal case ...

Health Minister Greg Hunt has apologised for verbally assaulting Katherine Mayor Fay Miller.

Federal agencies may be forced to report the pay of senior bosses and disclose spending on contractors ...

South Australia's Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Bruce Lander is pushing for more funding.

The Greens want a parliamentary inquiry into how $444 million in reef funding was awarded to little-known group with mining links.

Fortescue is moving ahead on the $1.7 billion Eliwana iron ore mine and rail project in the Pilbara.

Australia's superannuation system has been described as “an unlucky lottery”.

The WA Government has set up a taskforce to capture more of the lithium battery production process.

Adani is planning to pay local government workers assessing aspects of its coal mine plans.

BHP has reached an “in principle” agreement with Queensland over a $288 million coal royalty dispute.

Analysts say about US$1.2 billion in cryptocurrency has been stolen since the beginning of 2017.

As almost anyone with an inox will know by now – new European privacy regulations have come into effect.

NAB says it will compensate customers for a nationwide network breakdown.

The people in charge of printing banknotes have gone on strike because they do not get enough of them.

Optus has been fined $1.5 million for misleading customers about their transition to the National Broadband Network (NBN).

The competition watchdog says scammers swindled nearly $4.7 million from Australian businesses in 2017.

The internal auditing profession has been urged to lift its game and weed out unethical or unlawful practices.

Court proceedings against Westpac have focused on the meaning of the term “f*ck it”.

Westfield shareholders have backed the takeover of the shopping centre empire by Unibail-Rodamco.

The Federal Government has knocked back Labor's proposal for a federal corruption watchdog.

The World Bank says global carbon markets are back from the brink of collapse.

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