Australia’s major media outlets have slammed an AFP proposal that would require journalists to hand over classified information without a search warrant.

There are calls for Woodside Petroleum to clean up a flogged-out oil production site it runs in the Timor Sea.

New studies suggest more than a quarter of military personnel are overweight.

The Federal Government could be moving to allow ASD spies to keep an eye on Australian citizens.

Telstra has described the profitability of NBN services as “negligible at best”.

Chevron has kicked off the multi-billion-dollar sale of its one-sixth stake in Australia's largest producing oil and gas project, the North West Shelf.

Questions have been asked about a small business ombudsman’s awarding of contracts to a Liberal-linked firm without tender.

The Reserve Bank says the scheduled rise in compulsory superannuation would be costly.

New research has found that the TAFE system supports $92.5 billion in annual economic benefits.

The Federal Government wants to cut off student loans for those who fail more than half of their subjects.

South Australian MP Troy Bell will face trial for allegedly misappropriating $2 million of public funds.

Australia’s major parties have decided there is no need for a binding code of conduct for politicians.

Questions are being asked about a Sydney senior councillor’s links to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Many early and mid-career researchers fear their careers are at risk due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Details have emerged of Rio Tinto’s decision to destroy the ancient Juukan Gorge rock shelters.

New research shows having a child is significantly more expensive for women than men.

Media giant Foxtel has been given $10 million from a federal COVID-19 response fund.

One of Australia's social justice commissioners has called for alcohol label reform.

Telco contractor BSA Ltd has been accused of sham contracting in a class action lawsuit.

Paul Keating says early withdrawal of superannuation is entrenching inequality between generations.

ACCC chair Rod Sims says regulators must keep pace with the rapid evolution of digital platforms.

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