Major universities have backed calls for the creation of a new body focussed on funding defence-related research.

Reliance on old technology is pushing up Australia’s wholesale power prices, and could lead to higher bills for households.

Santos investors have criticised a $6 million bonus for the energy firm’s CEO.

The ALP says it would cut government spending on contractors and consultants by $3 billion if it were in government.

The NSW Government has imposed gender targets on board positions for state owned corporations.

AUSTRAC wants banks to identify and report suspicious crypto activity.

The Commonwealth and Northern Territory governments have signed off on a funding deal to accelerate Beetaloo Basin gas production.

The Federal Government has been urged to increase university funding to save the higher education sector.

Experts say China’s demand for coal imports, including from Australia, will drop significantly by 2025.

New analysis has found media reporting on cryptocurrencies could explain their volatility.

Woodside and Santos are low on a list of energy companies ranked by low-carbon readiness.

Experts say it is time for Australia to step up as a drug and vaccine manufacturer.

A new survey suggests Australians are lagging behind in their willingness to change carbon-creating habits.

The Queensland Government has rejected calls for an inquiry into lobbying and public service politicisation.

Elon Musk is buying Twitter for $61.4 billion in one of the biggest leveraged buyout deals in history.

More details have been released for a planned $30 billion solar energy project in the Northern Territory.

Building industry insiders say companies and subcontractors will continue to hit the wall due to a material supply crisis.

Online hotel-booking company Trivago has been fined $44.7 million for misleading consumers.

Uber has been fined $26 million for misleading millions of Australians.

A UN report warns humanity is in a ‘spiral of self-destruction’.

A security pact between China and Solomon Islands has been described as “the worst Australian foreign policy blunder in the Pacific”, and new details suggest intervention could have come earlier.

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