The competition watchdog is taking Tasmania's state-owned ports operator to court over alleged anti-competitive conduct.

Official forecasts predict power prices will fall in most Australian states and territories over the next three years.

The Federal Government cannot find funding for the only peak body representing Indigenous survivors of domestic violence.

Internal documents suggest ANZ will drastically slash its lending to thermal coal mining.

Coles will pay over $5 million to dairy farmers after failing to pass on the full amount of a milk price rise, despite claiming it did.

The Prime Minister has announced a major shake-up of the public service – reducing 18 departments down to 14.

Experts say the growth of Australia’s cities is being held back by institutional silos, perennial underfunding and lack of a national vision.

Authorities have come together to warn the Federal Government not to attempt to curtail ‘secondary boycotts’.

Australia’s rare earths industry has welcomed a new deal with the US.

Optus must pay $6.4 million for misleading nearly 140,000 of its customers.

Experts say private hospitals must hold ‘greedy’ doctors to account to save private health care.

Tech firm Infosys has secured a massive Centrelink payments engine deal.

CSIRO has outlined five key opportunities for hydrogen industry growth.

A new report finds Australia's superannuation industry could be at risk from a lack of government climate change strategy.

National Australia Bank says it is building animal welfare principles into its lending practices and risk assessments.

Local fuel giant Caltex has received an $8.6 billion Canadian takeover bid.

The Coalition has failed to pass its signature laws aimed at cracking down on unions.

The Federal Government has admitted its robodebt scheme was unlawful, as it settles a legal challenge.

A $1.3 billion prison contract has been handed to a company facing grim allegations at its US operations.

The charity regulator has stripped the activist group Aussie Farms of charity status.

The federal bureaucracy is now at its smallest size in 13 years.

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