Crossbench senators are being pushed defend protections for casual workers.

Labor says it would create a national stockpile of crude oil and fuel to avoid looming shortages.

Over ten per cent of complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman are about managing telco debt.

A NSW parliamentary committee says a secret port deal in NSW should be investigated further.

Labor has pledged legal help for bank victims.

After almost 2 years behind bars, former NSW minister Ian Macdonald has been granted bail.

The Federal Government is topping up the Snowy 2.0 project as part of its pre-election renewable energy pitch.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a $2 billion boost to the scheme that pays big polluters not to pollute.

The Speaker of the House has rejected an attempt to sanction Tim Wilson for his handling of the franking credit inquiry.

The RBA will not change monetary policy in the near term, despite banks expecting at least one interest rate cut this year.

ASIC is looking at over 40 court cases — including criminal prosecutions — stemming from the banking royal commission.

The Australian dollar took a hit on Friday after China announced an indefinite ban on coal imports.

After decades of Dollarmites, teachers now want big banks out of their classrooms.

Australia's biggest companies are not doing enough to mitigate the risks of climate change, a new report has found.

The Federal Government says it is cracking down on “sneaky” late power payment fees.

Progressive activist group GetUp has been declared independent of political parties.

Glencore is capping coal production due to shareholder pressure.

Former Ipswich City Council chief executive Carl Wulff has been jailed for receiving close to $240,000 in corrupt payments.

The chief executive of NSW Ports is concerned about ACCC action.

The Department of Home Affairs says “urgent” circumstances led it to award a $400 million contract in a closed tender, but denies it was “desperate”.

Some big names in Australian tech have called for urgent changes to controversial anti-encryption laws.

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