Analysts say lifting mandatory super to 12 per cent will strip $20 billion a year out of wages.

Questions have been asked about the Federal Government approval of the sale of 43 Australian hospitals.

Traditional owners say they will use every legal option to argue that Adani’s Carmichael coal mine poses ‘alarming’ risk to sacred wetlands.

The Greens say they would grow the federal public service by 15,000 and pay them 4 per cent more a year.

Australia saw a 190 per cent increase in crypto-scams during 2018.

About 36 per cent of Australian jobs are at risk of automation, the OECD says.

Boeing expects at least a $US1 billion ($1.4 billion) increase in costs related to its troubled 737 Max.

Microsoft’s market value has briefly tipped over $US1,000,000,000,000.

Home Affairs has paid an employee on the same day her underpayment case was lodged in the Federal Court.

The Australian Industry Group wants an industrial relations freeze until new senators take office.

The Greens want to set up a $2 billion nature fund paid for by polluters.

Ticket reselling site Viagogo has been found to have broken several consumer laws.

Banking changes in New Zealand are expected to be felt in Australia.

The Tax Office is cutting jobs just weeks after receiving a funding boost.

The CEO of News Corp says tech giants Google and Facebook face a “reckoning” in the form of more regulation.

The NT Government has a plan that it says will see net debt peak at $8.8 billion in 2026/27.

The Australian Academy of Science has measured the benefits of membership of major global science organisations.

The ACCC has signed a deal with the FBI to strengthen efforts to combat cartels and anti-competitive action.

Rio Tinto has counted the cost of damage at its Pilbara iron ore port by tropical cyclones.

After over a decade and $51 billion, the federal government says the NBN will be completed by next year.

The OECD says the rich should be taxed more to help the middle class.

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