BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie says overworking is unhelpful.

Queensland has created new industrial manslaughter laws following last year’s deaths at Dreamworld.

The Federal Government has thrown out plans for a referendum on Indigenous recognition.

The AMWU wants people to boycott Streets icecream.

Federal Government ministers have written a formal letter to China in support of the Adani Carmichael coal project.

A High Court ruling has left Australia without a majority government, deputy PM, agriculture and regional development minister.

If the Northern Territory dives headlong into gas development, it could make up to $5.8 billion over 25 years.

The Productivity Commission has called for a carbon tax, describing Australia’s energy system as “an appalling mess”.

Completion of the Nadia virtual assistant for the NDIS has been pushed back, with the Government revealing that work has been stopped for several months.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says Australia’s mobile blackspots will not be filled by open roaming.

ASIC has called for steeper fines and longer jail terms for corporate crooks.

ANZ and APRA appear to agree on the risks of rising household debt.

The University of Sydney has developed a blockchain system for financial transfers that is faster than almost any other.

Some of Australia’s biggest superannuation funds want shareholders to have greater powers to be heard at company AGMs.

DFAT will be questioned over alleged secret approaches to foreign agencies for money to back Adani's Carmichael coal mine.

The relocation of the federal government’s pesticides authority has been fast-tracked.

Unions are outraged over an AFP raid that has led to the resignation of an employment department staffer.

The Immigration Department and the ATO are failing to meet government cyber-security standards, according to a new report.

The head of the Productivity Commission has criticised public sector heads for a lack of creative thinking.

SA councils want new laws to deal with bullying and harassment, but the Local Government Minister is not onboard.

Authorities say Australians are being are being misled by environmentally-friendly vehicle claims.

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