There is a serious push for a royal commission into the abuse of media monopoly in Australia.

West Australian households will soon receive a $600 one-off credit towards their next electricity bill.

Mathias Cormann is being nominated for the position of secretary-general of the OECD.

Some surprise reforms for the super system were announced in this week’s Budget.

The Federal Government has reduced funding for the body that audits its spending.

The Federal Government says public sector staffing will rise for the next year, before being cut back.

The Federal Government has announced a $1 billion injection into university research.

The Federal Government has cut a deal for the passage of its university course funding changes.

The Federal Government has unveiled a $1.2 billion wage subsidy scheme for trainees and apprentices.

Former Health Services Union boss Kathy Jackson has pleaded guilty to misappropriating almost $68,000 worth of union funds.

The federal public sector has swelled by almost 6,000 staff, mostly in temporary positions, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Snowy Hydro’s credit rating has been downgraded.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank have been publicly shamed for banking code breaches.

The Federal Government is investing in the Australian manufacturing industry ...

The federal audit office says it needs more funding.

The Federal Government says $326 million will pay for 12,000 new places at Australian universities.

The Queensland Government has approved what will be the state's third-largest coal mine.

The NSW planning commission has approved the $3.6 billion Narrabri gas project.

WA’s resources sector has achieved record increases in sales and job listings amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

A new study has revealed the covert marketing tactics used by the tobacco industry.

Some of Australia’s top economists have backed boosts to JobSeeker and social housing over tax cuts.

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