Politicians have proposed penalties for a lack of improvement in public sector workplace culture.

Mining magnate Andrew Forrest has slammed plans to develop a new gas field in the Timor Sea.

The latest government intergenerational report predicts smaller population growth.

A corruption watchdog has found the NT approved a $12 million grant that did not follow proper processes.

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is backing some of the most energy-efficient houses ever built in Australia.

The communications minister has been accused of being unusually involved with Australia Post.

ASX CEO Dominic Stevens says the exchange is working on the world's richest blockchain.

Warren Buffett has announced he is resigning from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, but will donate another US$4.1 billion.

Dozens of eminent Australians have called on the Prime Minister to create a national anti-corruption body “with teeth”.

Former Nationals leader Mark Vaile has been pushed out of the Univer­sity of Newcastle over his links to the coal sector.

Mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest has bought a 7.33 per cent stake in Tasmanian salmon company Huon Aquaculture.

A whistleblower has been spared jail time after revealing Australia bugged a foreign government to benefit Woodside.

A Coalition-controlled committee says proposed changes to ARENA may be illegal.

The University of Newcastle has been blacklisted by philanthropists after appointing coal mining boss Mark Vaile as its new chancellor.

Regulators say Australia’s big telcos are hiking up prices.

Some of Australia's biggest employers may make workers pay for their own superannuation rise.

Foreign Minister Marise Payne is reviewing over 6,000 deals between universities and foreign powers.

Woolworths is being taken to court for underpaying its managers $1.2 million.

The Prime Minister has attempted to pressure France on its multi-billion-dollar submarine deal deadline.

Reports show a NSW Government department lacked the ability to check whether applications for over $1 billion in relief payments were fraudulent.

The Federal Government faces hurdles in its attempt to redirect renewable energy funds.

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