Designs for a new form of high-speed, low-energy transport are steaming ahead.

Backers are gathering for a takeover battle of one of Australia’s biggest transport and logistics firms, Asciano.

Treasury secretary John Fraser has warned that Australia’s prized AAA credit rating could slip.

Australia’s environmental performance is down this week, but it looks like corruption is rising.

Matthew James from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet has been honoured with a Public Service Medal (PSM).

The Australian Public Service Commission says public sector bosses need “political nous” to get to the top.

Victoria’s public transport authorities have been accused of allowing trains to run over capacity, and fudging the numbers to cover it up.

The WA Government is expected to face a new Supreme Court challenge over the Roe 8 highway project.

Serious cases of bullying, including cyber bullying, should be prosecuted under the criminal code, experts say.

The heart of the Australia resources sector – iron and coal – continues to wane in value, and analysts say lesser-known commodities will not fill the gap.

Some of tech giant Twitter’s top brass is jumping ship.

China has announced it will close thousands more coal mines.

Australia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Bilateral Co-operation with Colombia, forging formal links between the two nations’ energy sectors.

The New South Wales government is continuing to take the lead on tackling issues with the ‘collaborative economy’.

A well-known expert says Australia could become a powerhouse of renewable energy

Santos has reported its highest annual gas production figures since 2007.

Scientific advances underpin $330 billion of Australia’s annual economic output, the Chief Scientist says.

The Finance Department says private companies are being asked if they can send Australian Public Service (APS) work overseas.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) is still up in the air, and has been a major topic during Prime Minister Malclm Turnbull’s trip to the US.

Impulsive gaffes, inappropriate comments and short fuses are common among the famous and powerful, and new research suggests it could have a biological basis.

A recent survey has found that one in 10 Australians display strong feelings of Islamophobia – negative and hostile attitudes towards Muslims.

Archived News

RSS More »