Foreign investment in the finance and insurance sector has dropped, according to new reports.

Many Australian local government areas are calling out to be allowed to re-house refugees and asylum seekers in their towns.

The WA Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) has been held up as an example for women in leadership roles.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has been named the third most attractive employer in the country.

Wage disputes could see the Abbott Government’s “Stop the Boats” policy come undone.

One of the top people at Facebook has hit out at the factors she says lead to workplace gender-based discrimination.

Voting strictly on party lines means people very rarely know the real opinions of politicians, but one researcher says he may be able to find out.

The Tax Office is chasing BHP Billiton for more than $500 million in payments it avoided by shovelling profits overseas.

Tuesday was World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day, an important event to remind businesses of their safety obligations, and to remember those killed at work.

The Immigration and Border Protection Department is bringing in a talking computer to help it sift through data.

M2 Group, the owners of Dodo and Primus, is entering the bidding war with TPG to buy rival telco iiNet.

Construction company John Holland has been fined $110,000 over an injury to one of its workers.

A new report says Australian workers’ wages and living standards are dropping.

Online coupons service Spreets has been ordered to pay $600,000 for misleading customers.

University students have voted to increase their own fees in order to boost mental health and wellness services.

Lessons could be learned from Australia’s newest superannuation expert – a 10-year-old girl.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton appears in a new video spruiking the Cambodian solution to asylum seekers, while one of his most vocal opponents accuses him of torture.

Staffing at the SA Department of Communities has been doubled as workers fight an incredible backlog of applicants for working with children checks.

Public servants at Centrelink say they go to work every day in fear of violence, and are urging their bosses to boost security at the agency’s shopfronts.

The latest State of the Victorian Public Service (VPS) report has been released, detailed a range of interesting facts and stats about state-level bureaucrats.

April 22nd is Earth Day, a day when groups around the world mark the achievements and trials ahead in the quest to protect our environment.

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