Unions have slammed the Federal Government's decision to join a casual workers court case.

Australia's unemployment rate is down to 5 per cent - its lowest level since April 2012.

Andrew Thorburn has admitted the banking royal commission exposed issues “confronting and upsetting” at the bank.

Tasmania's Custodial Inspector has warned the state's prison system is underfunded and approaching crisis.

An inquiry has found “systemic failures” in Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC).

Australia's largest native title settlement has been officially accepted for registration in WA.

Nurses have called off planned industrial action in South Australia.

A safety inquiry has exposed serious flaws in how the ACT Education Directorate handled incidents of violence against teachers.

Fourteen Queensland Rail (QR) staff have been sacked after failing drug and alcohol tests at work.

The Federal Government says it will increase funding to Headspace by about 50 per cent next financial year.

Apple says the Federal Government’s new decryption bill could create security weaknesses and force it to spy on users.

Wikileaks has published the locations of Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centres.

India's highest court has upheld the legality of a controversial biometric identity database.

Crossbenchers are seeking to amend the government's Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement.

Student activists have rallied against “weapons research” at the University of Adelaide.

APRA has conceded that it needs to do more to rein-in misconduct.

The Morrison government has succeeded in its plan to accelerate further tax cuts for small and medium businesses.

The World Bank Group has unveiled a new system to rank countries based on their human capital success ...

Brisbane has been accused of ignoring allegations of unfair and unlawful treatment of sub-contracted IT workers.

Mathias Cormann has made his first speech on the public service since the portfolio was added to his finance responsibilities.

A review into religious protections has recommended schools be able to continue to discriminate on sexual orientation.

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