Business SA wants the Weatherill Government to “hold the line” against threats of industrial action by the public sector union.

A parliamentary committee looking at public sector decentralisation has heard staff should be able to work from wherever they want.

A fraud probe is reportedly investigating over 50 sub-contractors hired by the federal government.

Western Australia’s local governments are now under the oversight of the state’s Auditor General.

The ATO says employers have robbed Australian workers of about $17 billion in superannuation since 2009.

An NT MP has described how a work-for-the-dole scheme is driving people to desperation.

The ACCC has told ISPs to advertise the slowest internet speeds consumers will face on their NBN plans.

Victoria has become the first state to release a dedicated cyber security strategy.

Lawyers are launching Australia's largest shareholder class action against the Commonwealth Bank.

UNSW’s deputy vice-chancellor has reflected on the growing pains of Australian universities.

Hobart City Council will fly the rainbow pride flag until same-sex marriage is legalised.

WA Labor has been accused of selling access to cabinet ministers for up to $6,000 per head.

A major union is fighting the growing trend of ‘hot-desking’ in government offices.

An expert on the mafia says big public works are big targets for organised crime.

A senior CFMEU official has questioned the looming merger of Australia’s biggest unions.

The AMA says private medicine is “under siege” from “junk” healthcare policies.

Australia’s major telcos have been ordered to block another batch of websites linked to piracy of TV shows and movies.

Australia’s official unemployment rate is down to 5.6 per cent.

Bill Shorten says “fee-gouging” bank-owned superannuation providers will be targeted, if his proposed royal commission goes ahead.

Australian Bureau of Statistics insiders have raised "grave doubts" that the same-sex marriage postal vote can be done properly.

Not doing climate science is costing the government millions.

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