BHP says having to remotely derail a train led to a $US600 million drop in iron ore production.

Unemployment dipped down to 5 per cent in December despite soft economic conditions.

The UN says the Carmichael coal mine should not go ahead with traditional owners’ consent.

Staff at Australia’s corporate and consumer watchdogs are accepting gifts and hospitality from the industries they regulate.

A former ATO boss has been accused of misusing his position to benefit his son.

The Federal Government is looking at mandatory income reporting for Uber drivers, Airbnb hosts and others in the gig economy.

Sir David Attenborough has told economic leaders that the planet faces destruction without proper climate change responses.

The WA Government claims mining company BHP has been underpaying iron ore royalties for years.

The top 1 per cent of Australians are now wealthier than the bottom 70 per cent combined.

New research suggests the privatised electricity sector costs Australian households over $200 per year.

New research has counted the cost of wealthy people funnelling money into trusts to avoid paying tax.

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NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner is considering disciplinary action against department heads who come in over budget.

The controversial $444 million grant to an obscure Great Barrier Reef charity did not comply ...

The big banks appear to be getting back into fossil fuels.

Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) export revenue has risen 67.8 per cent since 2017.

The Department of Veterans' Affairs has appointed the Department of Human Services' chief technology officer to run business transformation.

Authorities have approved a new plan for the federal government to source multiple digital records management solutions.

Commonwealth Bank has settled a discrimination case over touchpad terminals that were inaccessible ...

Sydney is no longer the nation's most expensive capital city to rent in.

The Productivity Commission has issued its report into the $2.8 trillion superannuation sector.

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