Destroyed documents at the heart of a grants controversy in NSW have been recovered.

Telstra has admitted to “exploiting” remote Indigenous communities.

Research shows JobKeeper, JobSeeker and Coronavirus Supplement saved 500,000 families from financial distress.

Federal public servants are being urged to return to the office.

The Narrabri Gas Project has received federal approval, despite concerns for water resources.

The WMO says the industrial slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic has not curbed record levels of greenhouse gases.

Qantas workers have warned safety could suffer if big outsourcing plans proceed.

The NSW Premier has been accused of making decisions suggested by developers against departmental advice.

SA Health data shows Port Pirie lead levels are some of the highest on record.

Germany is introducing a female quota system on most company boards.

Authorities are questioning the Victorian Government’s planned electric vehicle tax.

Scott Morrison has suggested he may not use Kyoto ‘carry-over’ credits to help meet Paris agreement targets.

AEMO has appointed a new interim CEO.

Crown Resorts has been barred from opening its new $2.2 billion Sydney casino after admitting likely money laundering.

Apple has reached a $150 million settlement over ‘throttling’ in the US.

A war crimes inquiry has found evidence of 39 alleged murders by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan.

The number of political public service appointments is creeping up, according to one insider.

Police have raided union offices across Sydney, but the unions say they are missing some big issues.

The Productivity Commission says mental illness costs the Australian economy $220 billion each year.

ASIO has launched a public awareness campaign about foreign spies on social media.

Australia has signed the world's largest trade deal.

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