The independent review of the Renewable Energy Target has been released, proposing a number of suggestions to reduce the cost of the scheme and its impact on the energy market.

The Federal Government has threatened to withdraw Cadbury’s $16 million grant, after it was revealed that the company did not explain what it would do with the money.

The chief economist with the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) has been stood aside and been asked to explain himself over a series of social media comments.

The Federal Government is planning to let regional businesses pay foreign workers differently to locals.

Australian lenders are enthusiastically selling the same mortgage deals that drove the United States to economic ruin.

Two stories this week suggest federal public servants may want brush up on their tech skills.

A cost-benefit analysis of National Broadband Network (NBN) plans has shown the Coalition model could deliver nine times the benefits Labor’s would have.

The WA Government has released details of some options to end its reign as the state with the most expensive electricity.

A new study says private school might not be so beneficial.

The Government has named the business and legal bosses in charge of the future of the Australian Securities and Investment Commission and the Royal Australian Mint.

Reports of tough times for News Corp have been clamped-down upon by the company, while it loses millions on newspapers.

Councils will feel the strain of changes to Federal Assistance Grants this week as new indexing arrangements come into play.

An army of small businesses running free from red tape could be the way for Western Australia to deal with a reduction in mining jobs.

New modelling shows that Austrlaia’s energy giant stand to make billion from ar educiton in the Renewable Energy Target (RET)

BHP Billiton is splitting in two, spinning-off some of its less valuable divisions into a new company.

Australia Post has emerged as a front-runner in the bidding to provide Medicare and PBS payments.

Corporate and mining influences brought down the last Labor government, former treasurer Wayne Swan says.

The ACCC is suing online agency Bet365 for its ‘free bets’ and ‘bonus’ offers.

News Corp media outlets are accusing public servants of “double-dipping” into maternity leave.

The financial management of one rural shire has been placed on the dissecting table.

The Federal Defence Minister has slammed the national GST distribution system, labelling it a “scandal”.

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