The Home Affairs department does not appear to have consulted with local tech companies about encryption laws.

Deutsche Bank is sacking thousands of staff worldwide, starting in Sydney.

The Morrison government has launched a review of workplace laws.

Reports say the AFP demanded the private travel details of a senior ABC journalist.

Samsung is facing federal court action over alleged false claims about the water resistance of its ‘Galaxy’ branded mobile phones.

There are new claims that the Murray Darling scheme has become a colossal waste of money.

Business groups and the stock market are celebrating the passage of $158 billion in personal income tax cuts.

Queensland foreign-owned companies are concerned about a new State tax.

MIT has announced plans to set up a new research centre in Adelaide's Lot Fourteen CBD innovation precinct.

Questions are being asked after the exodus of several board members from the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison continues to resist plans to increase the dole.

New research shows women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields are facing barriers that require attitude changes and additional support.

The Morrison government has introduced a bill to make deregistering unions and disqualifying officials easier.

A group of rugby league players are considering legal action over the NRL's treatment of concussions.

The Prime Minister has ordered an investigation into the new jobs of former MPS.

A senior Victorian policeman faces charges of leaking information this week.

Mathias Cormann says the Coalition and the RBA are chasing the same goal.

Questions have been asked about the Morrison government's planned review of the industrial relations system.

A new study finds HR is failing workers with intellectual disabilities.

Sales staff may soon run credit and income checks on new customers buying a phone plan.

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