ASIC is looking at over 40 court cases — including criminal prosecutions — stemming from the banking royal commission.

The inland rail project is lining up to be an issue in both the NSW and federal elections, despite over $400 million already being spent.

Glencore is capping coal production due to shareholder pressure.

New plans for oil in the Great Australian Bight have been released.

Former Ipswich City Council chief executive Carl Wulff has been jailed for receiving close to $240,000 in corrupt payments.

Geoscientists say they need political support to dig deeper and access Australia’s next generation of mineral deposits.

The chief executive of NSW Ports is concerned about ACCC action.

Australia's biggest companies are not doing enough to mitigate the risks of climate change, a new report has found.

Progressive activist group GetUp has been declared independent of political parties.

Scientists say irrigators extracting excess water has contributed to the death of millions of fish in the Murray-Darling system.

Ships laden with Australian coal are sitting in limbo off the coast of China, caught short by import restrictions.

The Department of Home Affairs says “urgent” circumstances led it to award a $400 million contract in a closed tender, but denies it was “desperate”.

The Federal Government is spending millions to fight anti-vaccination campaigns.

A small bird is standing in the way of Adani's giant Queensland coal mine.

The Federal Government says it is cracking down on “sneaky” late power payment fees.

Some big names in Australian tech have called for urgent changes to controversial anti-encryption laws.

A legal dispute between the WA Government and builder John Holland does not look like ending soon.

Computer networks of the major political parties were affected by a recent hack.

Telstra says profits are down as the NBN takes away its wholesale fixed-line customers.

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the government is committed to its “big stick” energy policy, despite choosing not to bring it on for a vote in parliament.

A former ATO deputy commissioner has been found not guilty of misusing his position to benefit his son.

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