Regulators have expanded the potential for cooperation in the energy sector.

The auditor general has been asked to investigate a Morrison government scheme to underwrite gas, hydro and coal power.

Facebook is investing $9 billion in an Indian digital firm.

Victoria says the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing it towards a “catastrophic” economic downturn.

A new report finds science denial is one of the greatest risks to humanity.

Psychologists have launched a national research project investigating panic-buying behaviours.

The SA Government has ruled out the privatisation of SA Pathology.

The Federal Government wants a mandatory code of conduct for deals between tech giants and news media companies.

New data suggests global carbon emissions from the fossil fuel industry could fall by a record 2.5 billion tonnes this year.

The Federal Government has come up with a plan to boost domestic fuel reserves by buying and storing fuel overseas.

The Victorian Government has threatened to deny funding to organisations that do not join the National Redress Scheme ...

Royal Dutch Shell says it will become a net zero-carbon company by 2050.

A new study suggests meeting the Paris Agreement goals would benefit the world's economy in the long-term.

Westpac has revealed it expects to see a $900 million penalty for breaching money laundering laws.

Australia's official unemployment rate is yet to show the full effect of the COVID-19 shutdown.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he will not cut pay for federal government ministers and public service chiefs.

Tax relief and government grants have been set up for struggling media outlets.

The Education Minister says a higher education relief package is “unashamedly” focused on domestic students.

Former Tasmanian premier Will Hodgman has been given a new job by the federal government.

OPEC+ has reached a deal to cut oil production by 9.7 million barrels per day.

Australia has spoken at a meeting intended to stabilise energy markets.

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