New research says Australia could go 100 per cent renewable, with a few good policies.

The Federal Government has announced a new model for Training Product Development as part of ongoing VET reforms.

Business groups have reacted poorly to a push by unions to change the Fair Work Act.

Iron ore miner Arrium has been selling its product at a $9 per tonne loss for the first quarter of this year.

China will invest $46 billion in Pakistan to expand its energy and transport infrastructure.

The chief of Europol says online thieves are shifting their targets from bank customers to the banks themselves.

The governments of Australia and Iran will share information on Australians fighting with the Islamic State group in Iraq under a new deal.

Leaked emails reveal that Sony Pictures has lobbied Netflix to cancel customer accounts for users who access the service via VPN, in places where Netflix has not launched.

Financial reports say the increase in construction activity in New South Wales has made it Australia’s top economic performer.

ANZ will pay back $30 million to thousands of customers wrongly charged for financial planning services.

Not long after its chairman called for a cap on iron production, Fortescue is now planning to mine much more.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says there will be no changes to negative gearing, burying some concern about the future of the property investment provision.

Australian businesses leaders have warned that ice addiction is growing among young professionals.

Eric Abetz says lawyers are teaming up with public servants to “rort” workers’ compensation.

One Commonwealth department report has been re-written 16 times, with claims that the document was redrafted until it said what department bosses wanted to hear.

Indigenous leader Noel Pearson wants a separate declaration of Aboriginal recognition as well as any changes to the Australian constitution.

Official figures show the renewable energy sector has lost almost 2,500 jobs in the last two years.

Workplace relations experts say governments must look beyond strikes and industrial action to address the true causes of workplace conflict.

New research shows attending a private school has very little bearing on a student’s results.

Trendy Californians are happy to guzzle treated water, but local experts say it will need a re-branding before Australians are excited about recycled supplies.

Mining billionaire Gina Rinehart says Australia could start to look a lot like Greece, unless major changes are made.

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