ATO whistleblower Richard Boyle has lost his appeal to halt his criminal prosecution.

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency has released new analysis of gender equality in the federal public sector.

ASIC Commissioner Alan Kirkland has outlined the regulator’s current priorities.

New stats show 102 Australians with incomes exceeding $1 million each paid no tax, according to data from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

Hornsby Shire Council has been ordered to return $36 million of unspent funds from the Stronger Communities Fund.

A US judge has allowed Australian mining magnate Andrew Forrest to proceed with his lawsuit against Meta Platforms.

The US government has filed a lawsuit against Adobe, accusing the software giant of deceptive practices ...

Australian federal politicians and public office holders will see their annual salaries increase by 3.5 per cent from July.

ASIC has issued its first crowd-sourced funding regime stop order.

APRA has published its finalised prudential practice guide to enhance operational resilience.

SA Premier Peter Malinauskas has proposed a complete ban on political donations.

Recommendations have been made to address PwC’s “disregard” for truth and ethical standards.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has written an opinion piece about the importance of productive engagement with China.

The Queensland Government says it wants to spend less on contractors and consultants.

People tend to spend more when using cashless payment methods compared to traditional cash transactions.

Providing a universal basic income (UBI) worldwide could boost economies and address environmental challenges...

The National Anti-Corruption Commission will not investigate public officials referred by the robodebt royal commission.

ASIC says that while millions of Australians face financial hardship, many do not reach out for help.

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) wants to address the inequities in junior rates of pay.

The UN Secretary-General has called for a ban on fossil fuel advertising.

Australia loses the equivalent of 41,000 full-time workers each year due to workplace-related injuries and illnesses.

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