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

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

National Australia Bank has pinned a recent 24-hour outage on IBM.

New research has looked at the 'thermal inequality' created by a lack of trees in poorer suburbs.

The Federal Government has rejected Vodafone's $594 million bid for the 700 MHz spectrum.

As Australia’s gas exports reach incredible levels, a tax designed to share the profits does nothing.

The Federal Government will establish a banking tribunal to help deal with consumer concerns.

The public sector is lagging when it comes to workplace LGBTI inclusion.

The Government is shutting down the loans scheme for students undertaking vocational education and training.

Infrastructure Victoria has called for a congestion tax in Melbourne's city centre.

The world's third largest emitter of greenhouse gases has formally joined the Paris agreement on climate change.

WA Nationals leader Brendon Grylls is keeping up his fight for a $5 tax per tonne of iron ore.

Compulsory superannuation should be frozen at 9.5 per cent, the Grattan Institute says.

Australian telcos and ISPs are pushing to be able to provide cheaper high-speed services.

A parliamentary inquiry this week could see major bank bosses sign up for cultural change.

The Government has been criticised for plans to cut taxes for the wealthy while slashing welfare payments.

The Federal Government is being pushed to adjust its ‘innovation agenda’.

Tasmanian councils will soon get access to interest-free loans in a $100 million stimulus package.

Pricey private schools are receiving several times more taxpayer funding than they are entitled to ...

Over 23,000 legal claims seeking a total $79 billion in damages have been lodged against BHP Billiton and Vale's Samarco joint venture.

Finance standards and compliance firm SAI Global has agreed to a $1 billion takeover bid from Baring Private Equity Asia.

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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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Chiropractic is a surprisingly popular form of alternative medicine - so mainstream that it’s hardly ‘alternative’ and so non-scientific that it’s barely ‘medicine’.

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