Australia’s military and defence spending is reaching an eye-watering level.

Qantas has shot down a union bid and will outsource more than 2,000 ground staff roles across 10 airports.

The ACCC wants input on Google’s proposed acquisition of Fitbit.

Alinta Energy has been hit with a $200,000 fine for putting vulnerable customers at risk.

Australia’s big banks have been slammed for their lax cyber security practices.

Economists have been surveyed about the appropriate level of welfare in Australia.

The UK is setting up a new watchdog for Google, Facebook and other tech giants.

New data shows a decline in employer action on gender equality prior to the impact of COVID-19.

Outgoing finance minister Mathias Cormann is flying around Europe on a private RAAF jet to bid for a new job at the OECD.

There are calls to boycott Harvey Norman after a shop linked to billionaire Gerry Harvey called for volunteers to work without pay.

Local government advocates in Queensland have walked against domestic and family violence in a ‘Red Bench Relay’. 

Destroyed documents at the heart of a grants controversy in NSW have been recovered.

Federal public servants are being urged to return to the office.

The Prime Minister wants Australia’s public service to “keep up the dialogue” with Chinese counterparts.

Research shows JobKeeper, JobSeeker and Coronavirus Supplement saved 500,000 families from financial distress.

Telstra has admitted to “exploiting” remote Indigenous communities.

Victoria is spending over $2 million on a new ‘digital twin’ trial.

Australian Defence Force personnel and veterans are calling for support after a landmark inquiry into allegations of war crimes.

The NSW Premier has been accused of making decisions suggested by developers against departmental advice.

A new survey has found half of all truckies are suffering psychological distress.

Four delivery riders have died on Sydney roads in three months.

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