The ALP wants to rein in fixed-term contracts.

A US jury has ordered Monsanto to pay $US2 billion ($2.8b) to a couple who contracted cancer after using the commonly used weedkiller, Roundup.

Government funding to private schools has grown by far more than public schools over the decade to 2017.

The competition regulator has allowed GSK’s proposed acquisition of Pfizer’s consumer healthcare business in Australia to continue.

The competition regulator has opposed the planned merger of TPG and Vodaphone.

Australian scientists and experts have signed a statement calling on the next Australian government to prioritise climate action.

A group of Murray irrigators have lodged a class action against the MDBA ...

South Australia’s giant Tesla battery has delivered a $22 million profit in its first full year of operation.

The ACTU president is set to address a minimum wage case for the first time in decades.

Telstra is headed to Federal Court after its ads on the back of payphones were dubbed a “cash grab”.

There is a spelling mistake on the new $50 note.

Experts say Australians are losing out, as billions of dollars in term deposits earn almost no interest.

Experts suggest rate cuts are coming.

The Northern Territory government says its budget will put the brakes on nearly two decades of expenditure growth.

The ALP says Australia will get its first minister for charities if it wins the May 18 federal election.

A new report warns climate change is a major threat to Australia’s financial stability, and poses substantial systemic economic risks.

NSW politicians are pushing for compensation over a scrapped mine deal.

The Department of Human Services (DHS) has wiped a $4,000 Centrelink ‘robo-debt’ just before a legal challenge.

The taxi industry has launched a class action alleging that Uber operated illegally in Australia.

Facebook and Google continue to funnel most of their money out of Australia to the low-tax haven of Singapore.

Nine has sold more than 160 regional newspapers to a former Fairfax employee.

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