A new study looks at the impact of COVID-19 on Australia’s research sector.

Media investigations suggest a Chinese state-owned company is buying up water in the Murray-Darling.

The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) has provided new details in the ongoing ‘sports rorts’ saga.

There is new evidence that expert advice was ignored or dismissed in the Adani Carmichael mine approval process.

Experts say WA’s decision to keep mines open is helping prop up Australia’s economy.

BP says it is keeping its commitment to net zero emissions, despite rising costs pressures and reduced profits.

The Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) has approved the $15 billion merger between TPG Telecom and Vodafone.

Commonwealth Bank has closed over 100 branches and is attempting to redeploy around 500 staff.

ICAC is investigating allegations of improper conduct by the University of Adelaide’s vice-chancellor.

The Queensland Government’s latest COVID-19 stimulus measure is to open up almost 7,000 square kilometres of land for coal and gas exploration.

The approval fast-track in NSW appears to be working, with a $2.2 billion redevelopment signed off ...

The ABC has lost over $350 million a year in funding since 1985, a new report shows.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said the company’s stock price is too high, causing it to tumble.

New figures show patients with private health insurance are paying almost twice as much in out-of-pocket expenses for cancer treatment.

ANZ has put $1 billion aside for coronavirus-related loan losses amid a 51 per cent slump in profits.

Two major banks have announced changes to their repayment requirements.

The Federal Government says some survivors of child sexual abuse have died waiting for redress scheme payments.

The competition watchdog has allowed mining companies to work together in ways that they previously could not.

Regional Express has secured funding to double flights to regional and remote areas.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor is being criticised for obfuscation and opacity on a number of important matters.

Regulators have expanded the potential for cooperation in the energy sector.

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