The IMF wants Australia to crack down on growing house prices.

States and territories could cause trouble for the Federal Government’s coal power subsidy plan.

A majority of independent tertiary education colleges support compulsory COVID-19 vaccinations ...

The Commonwealth Ombudsman says documents from the creation of the Robodebt scheme need to be kept secret.

Victoria’s green regulator is being taken to court for allegedly failing to limit climate pollution.

The surge of people moving from capital cities to regional centres continues.

A new report raises some serious integrity concerns with Australia’s ‘junk’ carbon credits.

UN chief Antonio Guterres says the world is on a “catastrophic pathway” to a hotter future.

The Federal Government has approved a mine expansion that was challenged in court by school students.

A new company is trying to raise money for what it calls an “infinite recycling” process.

Efforts are being made to stop a planned transport strike this week.

The Victorian Government has ordered a two-week shutdown of the state’s construction industry following violent protests.

A diplomatic spat has erupted between Australia and France over a new submarine deal.

A Canadian firm has made a $9.6 billion takeover bid for power grid owner AusNet Services.

ACCC Chair Rod Sims has accepted a new role with the International Competition Network.

A UK-based data analytics firm is using artificial intelligence (AI) to help activist investors maximise profits.

A former WA council CEO has been accused of spending $50,000 of council money on a sex worker.

Australia’s new submarine deal will require a generation of nuclear specialists to be trained.

Australia’s main university lobby is unsure which countries are a foreign interference risk.

The Federal Government’s hand-picking of human rights commissioners may put Australia's rights rating at risk.

Former attorney-general Christian Porter has been asked to disclose who paid his legal fees.

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