Former Liberal leader John Hewson says the next global recession could be caused by climate change.

Media investigations suggest the Federal Government could write off billions of dollars of higher education loans.

Wilson Security has become the target of public outrage after a series of recent revelations.

Between $2.5 trillion and $24.2 trillion of global financial assets could be at risk due to climate change.

The Federal Government wants to override the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) to delay the introduction of new minimum payment rates for trucking contractors.

Queensland’s Palaszczuk government has granted the final major approval for the controversial Carmichael coal project in Central Queensland.

Governments tend to shower new roads, railway and other infrastructure on marginal electorates, but a new report says this pork-barrelling is creating a major drag.

Unions want an increase of $30 per week in the minimum wage, but that is three times more than the retail industry says it can afford.

Reports say INPEX is trying to renege on an agreement for $30 million worth of environmental projects.

ANZ has been forced to refund 25,000 customers approximately $5 million after it failed to properly apply some fee reductions and fee waivers.

NBN's chief executive Bill Morrow says he has visited the homes of tech giants Google and Facebook, and confirmed that people do not want fibre optic internet at home.

An interesting idea has been lost in the furore over income tax reform.

The Federal Government says it is promoting competition by stripping the ASX of its legislated monopoly on share clearing.

Innovation Minister Christopher Pyne has announced the first stage of an online Digital Marketplace for smaller businesses to access government’s $5 billion annual spend on ICT projects.

The main doctors’ lobby is excited by a possible $7 billion emergency hospitals funding deal between the Federal and state governments.

Payday lender Nimble Australia has been order to pay back $1.5 million to over 7,000 customers after not meeting its lending obligations.

Energy giant Woodside has shelved its gigantic Browse floating LNG project off Western Australia, and the Federal Government feels aggrieved.

South Australia’s enthusiasm to build a nuclear waste storage facility may be tempered by a new Australia Institute report.

The latest corporate tax transparency figures show almost a third of companies earning over $200 million paid no tax.

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) wants a north-west economic zone to be created to protect important mining areas from economic ebb and flow.

The depth of the slump in global mining is evident in machinery giant Caterpillar’s latest figures.

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