Australia is showing off its progress on gender pay gaps ahead of a major summit.

Andrew Forrest's ambitious venture into green hydrogen has faced a significant setback, resulting in job losses and project delays.

In one of the largest data breaches in Australian history, eScript provider MediSecure has revealed that the personal data of 12.9 million Australians was stolen by hackers earlier this year.

Local governments in New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland are advocating for a more significant role in planning renewable energy projects.

Sydney commuters will endure significant peak hour disruptions this week as light rail workers strike over pay and conditions.

A major global IT outage affecting CrowdStrike’s cybersecurity software has triggered a surge in scam activities, targeting consumers and small businesses.

Australian companies may be able to avoid legal scrutiny under a new greenwashing law.

Major banks are refunding $28 million to low-Income customers following an ASIC review.

A new funding scheme could help disadvantaged students finish their degrees.

The Australian Labor Party's national executive is reassessing its relationship with the troubled construction division of the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU).

Telstra has been fined $1.5 million by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for failing to adequately protect its customers from scams and fraud.

Australia’s new ‘right to disconnect' laws are set to commence next month.

A new survey has found that 91 per cent of Australians think organisations could do more to support neurodivergent individuals.

BHP, the world’s largest listed miner, has announced the suspension of its Western Australia nickel operations.

Australia's major banks have invested over $61 billion into fossil fuels since the Paris Agreement was signed eight years ago.

Victoria is on the brink of a historic milestone, poised to become the first Australian state to negotiate an Indigenous treaty.

A new community partnership has been formed in the hope of creating a safer, stronger Port Augusta.

A major survey has found a high level of trust in Australian public institutions.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is set to scrutinise a significant network and spectrum sharing agreement between Optus and TPG, focusing on its potential impacts on regional telecommunications.

The Australian promoter of the now-defunct cryptocurrency exchange platform BitConnect, has been found guilty of providing unlicensed financial advice.

A government body has called for the reclassification of mobile services.

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