The Queensland Government says it will start drug testing parents whose children come into state care.

Comcare figures show mental health claims from federal public servants have hit $74 million in a single year.

The Federal Government’s attempts to push the public service into regional cities will not work, the Grattan Institute says.

Unions are preparing for Amazon’s foray into Australia.

Australia’s big sporting codes are scrambling to kill plans to restrict gambling advertising.

The ACCC is investigating confidential gas contracts and the documents behind them.

The ATO is chasing what could be Australia’s largest ever tax bill, from oil and gas giant Chevron.

The ATO may block websites that do not comply with the proposed GST Low Value Goods legislation.

Mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest has launched a nationwide ad campaign to support the cashless welfare card.

Victoria’s Innovation Minister says the state’s long history of IT bungles should be ignored.

Volkswagen has been ordered to pay a $US2.8 billion criminal penalty for cheating emissions tests.

A review has recommended Australian banks stop rewarding staff based on sales performance alone.

The education sector has been hit by the visa reforms announced this week.

A new study shows investing in adolescent health and education brings significant economic benefit.

While US President Donald Trump has put the TPP off for now, Australia and other Pacific nations are close to securing a smaller trade deal.

Scientists and supporters of science will march in support of science this Saturday.

A review of Australian consumer law has called for tougher penalties.

Federal public servants are on their second week of strikes.

The WA Police Union has called for a national inquiry into police suicide.

Only five IT jobs have been cut in the Federal Government’s decision to scrap and replace the 457 Visa programme.

The 457 category has been abolished and replaced with two new and more stringent visas.

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