Climate change is set to slash global income by 19 per cent.

A new sustainability initiative imposes stricter standards for government contracting.

A Senate inquiry has heard concerns of “state-sponsored greenwashing”.

BHP has brought in Deloitte to help it address underpayment issues.

Unions want workers to be able to double their annual leave by taking it at half pay.

A federal-state tug-of-war over bulk billing is unlikely to leave any patients better off.

A compensation scheme recommended by the banking royal commission is now operating.

Major investors are challenging Woodside Energy’s climate strategies ahead of the company’s AGM.

EY has announced the redundancy of 148 roles within its consulting and financial services divisions.

Australia is seeing striking rates of business insolvencies.

The Federal Court of Australia has found stockbroker Adam Blumenthal guilty of serious and deliberate market rigging, involving shares of the cannabis start-up, Creso Pharma.

Productivity Commission veterans have criticised the Albanese government’s economic direction.

Changes to student debt indexation have been announced amid rising costs.

The Albanese government has allocated $330 billion for defence spending over the next decade.

AUSTRAC has been asked to investigate TikTok over money laundering concerns.

A big player in the energy sector says Australians will pay more for power.

Woodside Energy is at a crossroads with environmentalists and investors over its climate strategies.

Cameron Waugh, a well-connected Perth corporate advisor, has been sentenced to jail for insider trading.

Anthony Albanese has unveiled a new effort to reshape Australia's economic and industrial framework.

The minimum pay for the average Queensland construction worker on civil projects has been increased to over $200,000 a year.

Australian companies are increasingly refusing to make cyber ransom payments.

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Health authorities, politicians and scientists have been slowly introducing the world to the concept of ‘One Health’ - an all-inclusive approach to health that extends from the human body right through the global environment. 

This year’s Nobel Prizes honour discoveries that unwind our notion of truth, our understanding of ourselves and the human story, the complexities of cells and the very basics of the universe. 

XENOTRANSPLANTATION - sounds like something that would happen to an ill-fated crew member in Star Trek, but it is also a technical term for using non-human parts to treat or enhance our own bodies. 

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