All parents have faced the requests that come from children in the aisles of the supermarket, but a new study say Australian parents are better at resisting these demands than those in other countries.

As the fickle cycles of politics appear to give with one hand while taking with the other, it is difficult to tell which programs actually work.

A construction company faces over a million dollars in fines after charges were laid by Canberra workplace safety authorities.

The Federal Government is looking to remove a new requirement, forcing workers on offshore oil and gas rigs to have the support of a 457 visa.

Experts estimate that millions of jobs will be affected by the rise of robots in the next two decades, and Australian industries might be some of the hardest hit.

Fair Work has launched legal action against a CFMEU secretary accused of organising blockades.

Google has received 12,000 requests in a single day from people who wanted part of their online history to be “forgotten”.

Many are concerned that the latest Federal Budget will hit already disenfranchised groups the hardest, and a new study shows that it may be worst for Indigenous communities.

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