The Morrison Government is mailing out cheques ahead of the upcoming election.

A US jury has awarded $114 million to a man who said his use of weed killer Roundup caused his cancer.

The Federal Government will spend $44 million to “turbo charge” Australia’s engagement with China.

A new report says Australia’s gun lobby spends about as much per capita as the NRA in the United States.

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP has reached a $US270 million settlement over claims it fuelled an opioid abuse epidemic.

Wesfarmers wants to use money from the spin-off of Coles, the sale of its coal assets and Kmart Tyre and Auto, to buy rare earths miner Lynas.

The Opposition says the minimum wage is too low, and has pledged measures to lift it.

National Australia Bank will no longer pay commissions to people who refer new loans.

A national survey has found health insurance costs are at the top of the list of household worries.

A new report says major power companies have used the closure of Hazelwood to gouge customers.

An investors’ report says Labor’s housing plans will lead to lower property prices and higher rents.

The AFP has raided the offices of an online foreign currency broker accused of harassing and pressuring clients into losing thousands.

Google has been fined 1.49 billion euros ($2.38 billion) for disadvantaging rivals on its search platform.

Westpac is ditching its loss-making financial advice business and will cut around 900 full-time jobs in the process.

A review has called for jail time for employers who exploit migrant workers.

Over 100 labour market experts have signed an open letter calling for higher wages.

Reports suggest there will be an audit of the way in which the Home Affairs Department hired contractor Paladin on Manus Island.

BHP is pouring $1.34 billion into petroleum prospects off the United States and Mexico.

Reports say Australian coal exports are still being delayed on their way to China.

A new study has slammed Bitcoin mining technology for its large environmental costs.

A review has found the ATO’s debt collection processes are not a “cash grab”.

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