A new report raises some serious integrity concerns with Australia’s ‘junk’ carbon credits.

A Canadian firm has made a $9.6 billion takeover bid for power grid owner AusNet Services.

A diplomatic spat has erupted between Australia and France over a new submarine deal.

UN chief Antonio Guterres says the world is on a “catastrophic pathway” to a hotter future.

A UK-based data analytics firm is using artificial intelligence (AI) to help activist investors maximise profits.

ACCC Chair Rod Sims has accepted a new role with the International Competition Network.

Australia’s main university lobby is unsure which countries are a foreign interference risk.

NSW councils are campaigning against a shake-up of developer levies.

After years spent chasing diesel technology, Australia is going nuclear.

Former attorney-general Christian Porter has been asked to disclose who paid his legal fees.

The Federal Government is funding a new range of meat and dairy alternatives.

The competition regulator has accused port operators of price-gouging.

The ACTU wants the Treasurer to block the takeover of Commonwealth Bank’s superannuation fund.

AEMO says the National Electricity Market (NEM) is ready to introduce Five-Minute Settlement (5MS).

ARENA can now fund carbon capture and storage projects, and more uses of gas power.

Researchers from tech giant Microsoft are studying how working from home can change the workplace.

Uber Australia is disputing an $81.5 million tax bill, while sending much of its money to the Netherlands.

Australia has become the world’s biggest gold producer.

The University of Melbourne is repaying around $9.5 million owed to casual academics.

Santos and Oil Search have confirmed the terms of their proposed merger.

A court has been urged to impose jail time on two former NSW Labor MPs.

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