New laws in Queensland are aimed at making it easier for drivers to understand what to do when passing cyclists.

A replacement for the chair of Infrastructure Australia has been announced, as Rod Eddington prepares to leave his post.

One of Australia’s largest internet providers has attacked federal, state and territory governments over their continued push to harvest metadata for security purposes.

Some influential groups from the oil and gas industries have told the Federal Government to get cracking on changes to the Fair Work Act, saying billions of dollars and thousands of jobs are at risk.

The Federal Court has backed a negotiating tactic which allows construction companies to sidestep unions on agreements for new projects.

One of the most popular open source programs on the internet has launched a project to crowd-fund a feature film.

Experts on Australia’s digital environment say we should exercise some restraint on mobile networks, as the possibility of overloaded frequencies becomes more likely every year.

The President of BHP Billiton’s coal sector has pushed for productivity to fight falling coal prices.

A pay dispute continues between the tug boat operators and a shipping company at the world's largest bulk export port.

A conference in Sydney has seen some of the leading innovators in new energy systems discussing ways to move from crude power supplies to clean, cheap and renewable sources.

A highly commendable trend continues this week, with the announcement of a $100 million package for scholarships to get more female leaders in IT.

The Australian Shareholder’s Association says the planned sale of Medibank Private may be hindered by members seeking leverage.

CSIRO has undergone an executive re-shuffle to improve the way it conducts and delivers science.

Fair Work will move to seize the assets of dozens of constriction workers in WA, to pay for fines after illegal industrial action.

The Federal Government says it will not touch the GST, despite the top treasury official saying it should.

The organisers of a massive multi-purpose farming project in north Queensland have been ignoring the indigenous population that holds native title to the land, locals say.

The Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service has outlined the new policy for conducting enterprise bargaining in the Australian Public Service.

Casinos are on the cards in Queensland, with the state government looking at proposed sites around the Whitsundays this week.

Japan may expand its policy offering foreigners permits to work for up to three years, as the nation struggles to fill voids in its rapidly shrinking workforce.

Japan has been ordered to stop whaling in the Antarctic by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), and says it will halt activities and not issue any more permits under current programs.

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