The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released the latest taxation statistics.

Elon Musk has sold US$6.9 billion ($9.8 billion) worth of his Tesla shares ahead of a potential legal battle with Twitter.

Peter Dutton appears to have overruled the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s choice for a new executive director.

The Reserve Bank of Australia will soon trial its own digital currency.

An Australian expert says global funds are being misallocated to deal with the wrong climate threats.

NBN Co is looking to drop the prices on some of its fastest wholesale plans.

French researchers have studied the fatigue that comes after a long day of thinking.

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) is offering students a “foot in the door” for the Australian Public Service.

The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide has handed down its interim report.

Traces of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill were still detectable in 2020.

The Victorian Government is providing funding for the state’s first mRNA innovation hub.

Experts say forest fires have revealed a fundamental flaw in a big emissions trading scheme.

The SA Labor Party has been pushed to return a $125,000 election donation from the Victorian branch of the CFMEU.

Former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has fronted an inquiry into a job role he allegedly created for himself.

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) is considering a pay rise for aged care workers.

Researchers have investigated what fuels young Australians’ abortion fears.

Intergenerational welfare recipients are nearly three times as likely to be hospitalised, according to a recent study.

A review has found a gender imbalance in the awarding of health research funds.

The Federal Government has announced the first offshore wind area to be formally assessed under its new framework.

New analysis says Australians could have saved close to $6 billion if fuel efficiency standards were introduced in 2015.

Telstra has pledged to address the competition regulator’s concerns about competition in 5G.

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