The Prime Minister's department has decided the PM’s colleagues did not breach ministerial standards.

Chevron has been accused of deliberately mismanaging its carbon sequestration project at the Gorgon gas facility.

Nations with stronger women's rights appear to have better health and faster population growth.

Experts say artificial intelligence (AI) should affect drug development.

One of Chinese tech firm Huawei’s top executives says Australia was wrong to ban the company from building Australia’s 5G network.

The AEMC wants users to sell power back to the grid to guarantee energy demand.

The Queensland Government is prosecuting mining giant Adani for allegedly providing false and misleading information.

NAB has picked up the former chief of the Royal bank of Scotland as its new CEO.

The unemployment rate remains at 5.2 per cent, despite the creation of 500 jobs in June.

The world’s biggest, heaviest gold coin, crafted by the Perth Mint, is now at the New York Stock Exchange.

The ACTU says the Coalition’s union crackdown could breach international conventions.

State and federal ministers are working on nationally consistent building standards.

The Australian Federal Police says raids on journalists are not designed to pressure the media.

The Federal Government says APRA can do its job properly, despite a detailed report showing it is not.

Two Australian universities have been linked to technology used to carry out mass human rights abuses.

The director of an embattled Victorian recycling company faces court this week.

Internal emails show Adani demanded the names of all federal agency scientists reviewing its contentious groundwater plans.

Victorian taxpayers will pay for rectification works on buildings with dangerous combustible cladding.

The Queensland Government is appointing more inspectors in response to recent mine-related tragedies.

A new Senate inquiry will look at the federal government's plans for Northern Australia.

New analysis has found migrants are not a threat to local jobs.

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