Wesfarmers says it may back out of its loss-making coal business.

Former federal resources minister Ian Macfarlane has defended his career change to lobbying for mining industry.

Wage growth has hit a new record low, dipping below 2 per cent.

A government review has labelled Australia's university entrance system confusing, inconsistent and misunderstood.

Rio Tinto has sacked two top executives after a probe into $10.5 million in payments linked to iron mining in Africa.

Over 1,500 WA public servants will be relocated as part of a massive redevelopment.

The Federal Government will not renew the contract of Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs.

Former NSW police minister Mike Gallacher has gleefully marked the passing of corruption reforms ...

Employment Minister Michaelia Cash has added gender to the push for the ABCC to be revived.

The WA Government is letting kids deliver its latest road safety message.

New figures have given a glimmer of positivity in the ailing mining sector.

The US Government has effectively buried the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.

The latest update shows the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) came nowhere near to hitting its estimates for enrolees.

New research has found big gaps in important digital health data.

While public servants have rejected new industrial relations deals dozens of times, women could be the major victims.

ALGA is pushing to bring truly open government to Australia.

The cash-strapped Australian Bureau of Statistics has put 150 jobs on the line.

Over 11,000 DIBP workers have rejected their third workplace deal ...

Airservices Australia has announced it is sacking 900 workers, creating fears ...

The Human Services Minister says there is no “clear winner” after trials of two disability models in WA.

The Hazelwood coal-fired power plant is shutting down.

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