Fast food outlet Subway has been fined for underpaying workers.

Despite a government policy to make Australia a major weapons exporter, it has instead become the world’s second largest arms importer.

Centrelink says it will run about 500,000 robo-debt reviews each year, despite calls to scrap the program.

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) says it is going over every tax return lodged, looking for incorrect and fraudulent claims.

Australia has slipped in an annual ranking of digital competitiveness.

Most people appear to believe that environmental sustainability will hamper quality of life.

Hundreds of Australia’s biggest companies have been asked to join the Foreign Influence Transparency Register.

There is a glaring and growing gap between global warming targets and reality.

Experts say the revolving door between politics and big lobbies can be bad for our health.

An increase in natural disasters caused by climate change will stretch the capability of the Australian Defence Force (ADF), according to Defence Force Chief Angus Campbell.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has boldly avoided a global climate summit, spending time with the McDonald’s burger menu instead.

Boeing Co will pay $US144,500 ($213,242) each to the families of 346 people killed in two 737 MAX crashes.

The $5 billion Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has spent nothing in Queensland.

Victorian police are investigating alleged corruption in e-sports.

A new report has slammed company directors for insider trading on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has waved the government’s ‘big stick’ at the Liddell power plant.

Experts are waiting to see whether fracking in WA will become economically viable.

The drone strike on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure has highlighted the fragile and interconnected relationship between crude oil supply and the global economy, experts say.

China is expanding its controversial Social Credit System to 33 million companies.

The Federal Government’s budget deficit has added to expectations of a surplus this financial year.

A class action could be launched into the Federal Government’s ‘robodebt’ scheme.

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