Questions are being asked about the independence of the AFP after a series of raids targeting the media.

Former Ipswich mayor Andrew Antoniolli has been found guilty of fraud.

The AFP has raided the home of a journalist over a spying story from 2018.

Hackers have accessed almost 20 years’ worth of personal data on ANU staff, students and visitors.

A Melbourne gardener has launched legal action against Monsanto in Australia’s first Roundup lawsuit.

Another provider has been charged as part of a giant international airline price-fixing cartel.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has pledged $250 million for infrastructure in the Solomon Islands.

Australia's productivity growth is slowing.

Queensland’s Supreme Court has ruled new solar power laws are invalid.

The ACCC says high gas prices are harming productivity.

Queensland has approved Adani's endangered bird plan, leaving it just one step away from building its contentious coal mine.

ANZ has sold its Australian life insurance business for $2.85 billion.

NBN Co is testing its method for upgrading FTTN connections.

Queensland LNP figures are pushing for nuclear power in Australia.

Reforms to set up the new centralised Services Australia agency have been signed.

Telstra is accelerating its efforts to cut nearly 10,000 jobs.

The ATO is expected to send hundreds of thousands of “please explain” letters this year ...

Australia's National Electricity Market (NEM) and power generators are being hobbled by policy and pricing limitations, a major study of the sector says.

James Packer has sold close to half his stake in Crown Resorts.

Ground-breaking Australian scientists have been elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science.

Public servants will do some heavy lifting for the Victorian Government to meet its budget goals.

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