The heavily politicised Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) will be abolished.

The head of NAB says he is optimistic about next year, despite some concerns.

A new inquiry is looking into the ATO’s role in corporate insolvency.

Former prime minister Scott Morrison has fronted the Robodebt royal commission.

The Federal Government has proposed new laws to force big business to disclose climate efforts.

Australia's main mining lobby is concerned about stronger environmental regulations.

Advocates have welcomed the results of a four-day work week trial.

Glencore says it will withdraw from its $1.5 billion Valeria coal project in central Queensland.

A collapsed bulk billing medical centre has been accused of systematically rorting Medicare over a number of years.

The Australian Federal Court has dismissed a lawsuit against Google that claimed it misled users about personal data changes.

The NT Government is set to allow fracking companies to sell gas from the Beetaloo Basin before production approvals are granted.

The government appears to be firming up the defences of its major agencies in the wake of recent cyberattacks.

State and federal governments have agreed to cap coal and gas prices.

New national data shows Australia’s gender pay gap stuck at 22.8 per cent.

An EU court has ruled Google must delete false search results.

New stats show Australian consumers are paying more for NBN plans while service levels remain largely unchanged.

A Federal Court judge has found BlueScope attempted to engage in cartel conduct and price-fixing.

The Robodebt royal commission has heard details of bureaucratic involvement in the unlawful scheme.

A new report says Medicare no longer works for patients or GPs.

The Federal Government says it is strengthening whistleblower protections.

The European Union (EU) says new laws should prevent companies selling products linked to deforestation.

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