The Federal Government’s budget deficit has added to expectations of a surplus this financial year.

The Greens have failed in a bid to abolish a $1.2 billion federal government “slush fund” for Catholic and independent schools.

The Australian Public Service Commission wants to keep public servants out of documents obtained under FOI.

A class action could be launched into the Federal Government’s ‘robodebt’ scheme.

Reports say Josh Frydenberg ignored his departmental experts to block two wind turbines on Lord Howe Island in 2017.

Calls are growing for an ASX-style water-trading market.

Some of Australia’s top scientists have teamed up with a Japanese chemical firm to build next-gen batteries.

CSIRO research shows a handful of corporations influence the future of the world.

Politicians have been asked to find advertisements and fake news circulating on social media during elections.

Qantas chief Alan Joyce is Australia's highest-paid CEO, taking home over 275 times the full-time average wage.

Victorian Aboriginal communities will soon elect representatives to draw lines for negotiating a treaty.

Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale will stand trial on more than a dozen charges, including two of sexual assault.

The Federal Government will soon reintroduce its ‘big stick’ energy legislation.

A Great Australian Bight oil industry would require decades of subsidies, experts say.

Serious questions have been asked about Australia’s biggest aged care provider.

Volkswagen will pay up to $140 million in compensation to customers affected by its diesel emissions scandal.

International oil prices have jumped following an attack in Saudi Arabia.

ASIC says that after several years of preparation, it is now set to take action against predatory lending.

AMP has been accused of putting hundreds of its own financial planners out of business.

A bureaucratic effort to understand Australia’s climate risks appears to have slowed down.

The WA Government is selling property and land data agency Landgate for $1.41 billion ...

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