As the good deals for rooftop solar decline, energy retailers have been accused of capitalising on consumer confusion.

The gender pay gap is stable, but the reasons behind it are changing.

A big injection of GST money could stabilise WA’s credit rating.

Analysts say the alcohol industry is reliant on harmful drinking behaviour.

Google has provided $5 million to see a new generation of Australian brainchildren come to life.

NAB’s full-year profit is down 94 per cent after losses from the sale of life insurance and UK banking firms.

Analysts say the price of coal is about to rise, and could deliver a $A23.6bn boost to big mining groups listed in London.

The WA Government is feeling the heat for attempts to sell its power network.

US telecoms giant AT&T is looking to buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly A$113 billion.

ASIC boss Greg Medcraft says penalties for bankers’ bad behaviour are too weak.

Westpac has announced plans to cut 70 jobs.

BHP Billiton executives are among 21 people charged with manslaughter and environmental crimes...

Gambling giants Tabcorp and Tatts are merging into an $11.3 billion giant in control of over 90 per cent of Australian betting.

Economists say the funding links between fossil fuel firms and researchers could threaten academic independence.

The Australian Council of Social Service says there are now more kids in poverty than at any other time this decade.

An Australian science writer says women can fix the big challenges our planet faces.

Analysts claim Queensland’s coal mines will be granted $100 million worth of free groundwater.

The IMF says economic stagnation is fuelling populist politics.

ASIC has slammed parts of the life insurance sector after a large review.

The Education Minister’s efforts to reform higher education are trundling along.

BP is abandoning plans for exploration drilling in the Great Australian Bight.

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