A new survey suggests local government planning departments are still functioning across WA.

The Queensland Government is looking at buying embattled airline Virgin Australia.

A new study looks at the impact of COVID-19 on Australia’s research sector.

There is new evidence that expert advice was ignored or dismissed in the Adani Carmichael mine approval process.

A corruption probe that has already cost Queensland MP Jackie Trad the deputy premiership is getting underway.

The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) has provided new details in the ongoing ‘sports rorts’ saga.

The Federal Government wants Safe Work Australia to provide industry-specific advice on how businesses can reopen safely.

Experts say WA’s decision to keep mines open is helping prop up Australia’s economy.

BP says it is keeping its commitment to net zero emissions, despite rising costs pressures and reduced profits.

Former Labor MP Mike Kelly has found a new job with a global giant in spy technology, just days after retiring from Parliament.

Australian consumers should be able to find better energy deals with a new, official comparison website.

Commonwealth Bank has closed over 100 branches and is attempting to redeploy around 500 staff.

The Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) has approved the $15 billion merger between TPG Telecom and Vodafone.

ICAC is investigating allegations of improper conduct by the University of Adelaide’s vice-chancellor.

Queensland authorities have announced a three-month amnesty for first-time mayors and councillors on minor misconduct complaints.

The Federal Government is threatening prison time for those who misuse personal data from the COVIDSafe app.

A federal integrity commission investigation has found a former Border Force boss acted corruptly.

Victoria has announced a job scheme for casual staff, but it does not include council workers.

Several Victoria Police officers have been suspended over an unauthorised disclosure.

A new study warns that up to three billion people live in areas that will be too hot for humans within 50 years.

Hundreds of apprentices have been stood down in recent weeks, and the number of advertised positions has dwindled.

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