Youth homelessness costs national health and justice systems more than $600 million a year.

The Queensland Government has passed laws to avoid having to pick up the tab when big firms fail.

The Federal Government has moved to combat the oversupply of Chinese steel.

The Victorian Government will take more royalties from some of the least efficient power stations in the country.

Bendigo Bank is under pressure to cease its operations on Nauru.

An explosive report has revealed fraud and number-fudging is rife in the banking system.

It will cost $93 million to start the cleanup of Clive Palmer's Yabulu nickel refinery, the Queensland Government says.

The ALP says it will unwind the LNP’s harsh public sector bargaining policy if it wins the next election.

Tech giant Intel has undertaken a ‘restructuring initiative’, which consists largely of sacking 12,000 workers.

The Federal Government is setting up a levy on banks to enhance regulation.

Advocates say a 20 per cent tax on sugary drinks will save 1,600 lives over 25 years, while reducing the social costs of diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

Telstra's chief technology officer says “innovation” is at risk of becoming a meaningless buzzword.

The senate has agreed to abolish Labor’s Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal.

Iron ore magnate Gina Rinehart says things are rough in the resources sector, but northern Australia still has incredible development opportunities.

The Greens have released an 18-point policy plan they say will stamp out tax avoidance by multinationals and raise at least AU$1.69 billion in additional revenue.

Innovation Minister Christopher Pyne appears to be floating plans for a tobacco tax hike.

New figures show the value of Australia's natural wealth has nearly doubled.

Taxpayers’ funds will be used to pay entitlements to Queensland Nickel workers.

A single Australian teenage taxpayer contributed over $500,000 to government coffers in 2013/14.

Public servants at the federal government's only majority-Aboriginal agency have been offered just half the pay rise available to bureaucrats in majority-non-Aboriginal departments.

The WA Transport Minister could be dragged into an ASIC investigation of suspicious share trading.

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