The Federal Government has knocked back Labor's proposal for a federal corruption watchdog.

The World Bank says global carbon markets are back from the brink of collapse.

AGL says it has received and rejected an offer for its ageing Liddell coal fired power plant.

Politicians are arguing over the influence of Australia’s trade unions.

New research suggests the digital mining of virtual coins has a very tangible cost.

The Department of Health is looking at new ways to allow scientists to collaborate on public health research, using blockchain encryption.

The telecom industry has responded to a push for National Broadband Network (NBN) carriage service providers to reconnect consumers to their legacy systems during the migration to the NBN.

The Northern Territory has extended a moratorium on seabed mining.

Rio Tinto’s autonomous train network in the Pilbara has gained safety approval.

A Senate inquiry has dubbed climate change a “current and existential national security risk” to Australia.

Vocus has appointed Kevin Russell as its new CEO and managing director.

Critics say enforceable undertakings from the financial regulator allow big banks to do the crime, but negotiate the time.

A leader in the executive world says Australia is not prepared for a global economic downturn.

The RBA says there is “no evidence” that a small increase in the minimum wage would cause a loss of jobs or reduction in workers’ hours.

ASIC says financial firms “have jeopardised the entire regulatory structure”.

A fish farm has become just the second project to be offered a NAIF loan.

Economists say Australia’s public infrastructure investment will peak soon.

New research suggests workplaces could prevent up to 14 per cent of new cases of common mental illness ...

The energy regulator has been asked to investigate allegations of price gouging by power companies.

The new the Australian Space Agency is launching this week.

Telstra says increased competition provided by the NBN will extend its financial pain.

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