The Tasmanian Government says it will refer its ongoing public sector wage dispute to an independent commission.

The company that wants to stop others from using the Aboriginal flag has ties with a group fined for producing fake aboriginal artwork.

Former defence minister Christopher Pyne has leapt into a role in the defence sector.

South Australia's public school teachers have voted to strike next week.

Victoria's controversial fire service reforms have passed parliament.

Mobile phones will be banned for all Victorian state primary and secondary school students from next year.

Over 150 religious leaders have called on Scott Morrison to block all new coal and gas projects.

Small businesses are being deprived of billions through late payments.

New analysis says robots will take up to 20 million manufacturing jobs around the world by 2030.

A controversial new course has been approved by the University of Wollongong, despite court action and staff concerns.

Some believe the nation’s economic hopes are now pinned to its infrastructure boom.

Consumer advocates want a new health star rating system.

Canberra’s health system is “single-handedly keeping fax machines alive”, the ACT’s health minister says.

The NSW opposition wants to force state government agencies to report data breaches.

Microsoft has expanded its trainee program in Australia.

Experts want power-saving techniques pushed nationwide.

A new study suggests early childhood education could double the return on its investment.

The Federal Government is reportedly looking to improve whistleblower protections for public servants.

The Reserve Bank (RBA) says it “could do better” on creating jobs, and could cut interest rates again.

Experts say there is a growing wave of businesses hitting the wall as the end of the financial year approaches.

Australia’s councils want a referendum on giving local government constitutional recognition.

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