Queensland is trying to save money by pausing spending on IT projects.

Investment in Australian astronomy appears to be paying dividends.

ANZ’s chief has supported the extension of loan repayment deferrals as a COVID-19 lifeline.

The Victorian Government has put up a $534 million support package for businesses in lockdown.

The University of Sydney has quantified the socio-economic and environmental impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Government funding will soon start flowing to agencies in real-time.

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has announced he is leaving politics.

A new partnership has been formed to address Australia’s $30 billion national local government infrastructure backlog.

A $10 million federal grant awarded to the City of Launceston has been labelled “pork barrelling”.

The ALP says it would like to reduce regulations on major projects.

Hydro Tasmania's consulting business has been criticised for its actions in Africa.

Research shows employers cannot afford to axe mature workers.

The Commonwealth has dumped 42 charges against an ATO whistleblower.

A former fintech star has been engulfed in a massive misconduct case.

The Federal Government re-announced billions in existing military spending this week.

Federal authorities have frozen millions in assets after three public servants allegedly conspired to influence IT contracts.

Research suggests major developments are not regularly held up because of legal challenges to environmental approvals.

Australia's largest insurance company says farmers with coal seam gas (CSG) infrastructure on their property will not be covered for public liability.

The Federal Government still does not have agreement for its $25,000 HomeBuilder subsidy scheme.

The ACTU says the Federal Government is putting the metals industry at risk with its lack of any emissions policy.

Australian tech firm Atlassian has announced plans to build the world's tallest hybrid timber tower for its new headquarters.

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