A senior advisory group has begun designing an Indigenous voice to guide Australia's politicians.

Victoria’s Auditor-General says the state will have to continue borrowing cash to fund major infrastructure projects.

An IT expert says the NSW online voting system is flawed.

The Productivity Commission says important transport reforms need to be sped up.

The number of lobbyists with unfettered access to the halls of Parliament House has doubled in seven years.

A mine joint-owned by Rio Tinto is polluting a community in Guinea, villagers say.

The Australia Institute says Norway stands to gain the most from Bight oil.

Taxpayers face a big bill if a buyer cannot be found for a rust-riddled oil platform.

The ACCC is appealing a federal court decision on TPG prepayments.

Telstra has apologised for selling “phones to customers who ultimately could not afford them” in Indigenous communities.

ASIO has been found to have broken the law in a foreign-intelligence operation early last year.

The Reserve Bank has warned that wages growth is “no longer expected to pick up”.

KPMG says Australia is at a ‘turning point’ in regard to its big four banks.

New research suggests appointments with unemployment services do little to help people get a job.

Australia has met half of its net electricity demand with renewables for the first time.

The Federal Government is unveiling a reformed $500 million drought stimulus package.

The Morrison Government's management of a $220 million regional jobs scheme is being strongly criticised.

Over 11,000 scientists from more than 150 countries have endorsed the declaration of a climate emergency.

Leaders of 15 Asia-Pacific nations have agreed to terms on the world's largest trade deal.

Experts say companies that fight hard to avoid tax should not be granted government contracts.

The Federal Government has been praised for “mimicking” its opposition’s energy plan.

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