A lobby representing Australia’s medical research sector says it wants to see the $20 billion Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) kept alive.

The ACT Government wants to remove the cap on donations to political parties, just weeks after dodgy developer donations were revealed.

A new rollout map for the latest version of the National Broadband Network (NBN) is on the way – the most recent chapter in a long-running quest to improve Australia’s internet.

Australian engineers are working on superconductor-powered wind turbines, complete with some mind-blowing improvements.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has revived one of the most contentious topics in the Australian political debate – nuclear power.

BHP Billiton is putting pressure on its suppliers to take cuts of up to 25 per cent so the major miner can save some money, and analysts say others will follow.

Experts say Australia needs to make a concerted effort to stop intentional self harm among children.

The House Economics Committee is calling for stronger enforcement of foreign property investment rules.

Experts say old television frequencies should be used to set up huge WiFi network, boosting internet access and productivity.

The parliamentary committee reviewing Tasmania's anti-corruption watchdog says its investigative powers should not be stripped.

Australia residents who spot cybercrimes in progress now have an avenue to report it.

The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) has warned that the Federal Government will need to practice some serious spending discipline to avoid bad budget figures and economic shock.

Queensland’s new Integrity Commissioner says in-house lobbyists should have to declare their contact with government ministers.

Two billion pixels have come together to form the most comprehensive three-dimensional view of Australia ever.

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s latest report shows women are under-represented in management positions, and underpaid as well.

The Water Industry Alliance (WIA) has a new Board of Directors.

The Federal Parliament will debate marriage equality once more, with Liberal Democrat senator David Leyonhjelm bringing a private members bill to legalise same-sex marriage today.

The consumer watchdog is taking the CFMEU to court over claims the union engaged in boycott conduct directed at concrete company Boral.

Giant fighting robots – a phrase that easily evokes a thousand sci-fi fantasies - could soon be very real.

A new report on transport and logistics jobs has made a few big findings for the last few months.

The Government-funded NICTA (National ICT Australia) is working on a new mobile app to help consumers and small businesses frustrated by delivery and payment delays.

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