The Australian Workers Union (AWU) and the Mining and Energy Union (MEU) have announced...

The National Anti-Corruption Commission will not investigate public officials referred by the robodebt royal commission.

The Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) has criticised Serco, the private operator of Australia’s icebreaker RSV Nuyina, for not adhering to strict COVID-19 vaccination protocols.

The Federal Court has ordered Santos to pay a $2,750,000 penalty for violations of the National Gas Rules.

The NSW Government has introduced structural changes aimed at reducing the public sector's reliance on consultants and controlling costs.

ASIC says that while millions of Australians face financial hardship, many do not reach out for help.

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) wants to address the inequities in junior rates of pay.

The UN Secretary-General has called for a ban on fossil fuel advertising.

Australia loses the equivalent of 41,000 full-time workers each year due to workplace-related injuries and illnesses.

A data breach at Ticketmaster is the latest in a string of high-profile corporate hacks over the past year.

A reformed federal appeals tribunal should soon see swifter resolution of thousands of matters.

Researchers have assessed the effect of mass Twitter bans after January 6 riots in the US.

A key government lawyer involved in the controversial Robodebt scheme has resigned.

The eSafety Commissioner has officially withdrawn its Federal Court action against X, formerly known as Twitter.

The Australian government has pledged to co-design changes to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) with the disability community.

The Queensland Government has announced a ban on carbon capture and storage (CCS) in its section of the Great Artesian Basin.

Australia faces a significant delay in housing construction, with 37,074 approved dwellings yet to commence.

Scientists say pollution presents a greater threat to global health than war, terrorism, and a range of diseases combined.

Around 2.6 million Australians will see an increase in their pay from July.

Toyota, Honda, Mazda and Yamaha have admitted to safety test mishandling.

Smart meters and complicated new tariff systems could be allowing power companies to charge users more.

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