The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) is losing money, and may have to do fewer audits.

A new batch of Australia’s top scientists have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has a new plan to fight mass unemployment.

The Prime Minister has taken responsibility for a $60 billion JobKeeper miscalculation.

Deloitte has secured a $9.5 million deal to work on a replacement for myGov.

Reports say Australian security officials are glad to see the UK question Chinese telco Huawei.

Australia’s elite universities have proposed “secure corridor” rules for the return of international students.

Industry leaders are calling for a shake-up of work leave rules.

The erosion of human rights in Australia is being held back by a parliamentary committee.

Experts have slammed Australia’s “failed” domestic violence inquiry.

Several Canberra property developers will pay compensation for misleading and deceptive conduct.

The Federal Government claims to have “comprehensively disrupted” scammers pretending to be from the ATO.

A federal agency has admitted MyHealth records have been targeted by hackers.

Law reforms in Victoria have made it easier for people to change their birth certificates.

Former sport minister Bridget McKenzie says public servants should have told her she was acting without legal authority.

The impact of COVID-19 on international student numbers will be felt for years, experts say.

Centrelink will soon issue hundreds of thousands of notices for a class action against its ‘Robodebt’ scheme.

Victoria has launched a $2.7 billion construction blitz.

States are coming together to create a national face-matching database.

A new WA mining safety report shows one mine worker is seriously injured in the state every day.

International reports say a cyber spy group tried to install a backdoor in the Western Australian Department of Premier and Cabinet’s computers.

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