The Prime Minister appears to have dashed the hopes of Australian businesses calling for bipartisan support on energy policy.

An investigation has found no evidence that data was stolen in the PageUp data breach.

Australia has made its first commercial rocket launch with a craft sent skyward from rural Queensland.

The Australian Academy of Science has outlined its priorities for the 2019 federal election.

ASIC has denied being too friendly with big banks and financial institutions ...

Australia’s decade-long ‘education revolution’ appears to have disadvantaged many public schools.

School kids are going on strike next week to protest climate inaction.

Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O'Dwyer has called on the Federal Court to wrap up an important casual worker test case.

The Federal Government says all its public services will be online in seven years.

Thousands of Tax Office staff will be given panic buttons on mobile phones in response to security fears.

A new plan would see families gain greater flexibility with how they use paid parental leave entitlements.

SA’s Liberal Government is trying to claw back over $291 million offered to Nyrstar by the former Labor government.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has issued warnings about the coming summer.

Australia will spend $25 million a year to electrify Papua New Guinea, according to a new deal.

Fairfax shareholders have backed a merger with Nine.

There could be changes coming for the gig economy, after it was ruled that a Foodora delivery rider was an employee, not an independent contractor.

Japanese gas giant Inpex will pay Darwin's Larrakia people $24 million over the 40-year lifespan of the Ichthys LNG project.

The next rounds of research grants have been delayed while the Government applies its new “national interest” test.

Financial intelligence agency AUSTRAC has warned non-profits are vulnerable to terrorist infiltration and exploitation.

National Australia Bank chief executive Andrew Thorburn has taken a $2.1 million pay cut.

A bill to ban foreign political donations has passed the Senate, despite concerns about a loophole.

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