A new study has looked at whether the fear of punishment influences peoples’ pirate behaviour.

The RACP wants alcohol companies to be banned from sponsoring cricket.

Newly-minted US President Donald Trump has made even stronger moves against the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Victoria’s EPA expects specialist drone pilots to take long flights in the name of the environment.

Victoria’s Alcoa aluminium smelter will be propped up by a big federal and state government funding package.

The Federal Government has entertained the idea of making owner-occupiers’ home mortgages tax deductible.

Independent audits show the DIBP has spent over $1 billion in the last four years, without proper authorisation.

Greg Hunt will be Australia’s third health minister since 2013, while Ken Wyatt becomes the first Indigenous person to be...

Centrelink’s automated debt-recovery program could face a Senate inquiry.

Recent climate progress is positive, but the claim that the ‘science is settled’...

Aerospace giant Airbus is testing a prototype self-piloted flying car.

Cameco’s proposed Yeelirrie mine in the Goldfields region of Western Australia has been approved...

Former prime minister Tony Abbott has interjected into Australia’s renewable energy debate.

Analysts expect Australia will lead a rise in Asian LNG output.

Paladin Energy is looking at a serious financial restructure as it looks for a place in the global uranium game.

While the Trans-Pacific Partnership took a beating in the US election cycle, other world leaders want to see it go ahead.

ANZ is selling its New Zealand asset finance business UDC Finance to a Chinese conglomerate.

Federal Government plans to boost NDIS funding with education money may not be possible.

Volkswagen’s emissions scandal has cost it six high-level employees and $US4.3 billion

This week has brought both praise and condemnation for the Federal Government’s cashless welfare card.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has invoked the classic 'jobs and growth' justification for the forced relocation of about 200 workers.

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