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.

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

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

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

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

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

South Australia’s State Budget will see the public sector take a hit.

Figures show the Coalition's efficiency dividend could cut $4.9 billion from the public service over the next decade.

An official audit has found the $5 billion Indigenous Advancement Strategy is not being properly evaluated.

An entire council has been sacked after a string of resignations, conflicts and dysfunctional relationships.

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

Four NT public servants are being paid up to $390,000 a year to help the gas industry.

CSIRO has worked with over 20 organisations on a new landmark report projecting Australia’s future to 2060.

NBN scams this year have already cost Australians more than they did for the whole of last year.

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is divesting from coal.

The Federal Government wants to extend a controversial $423 million contract for security firm Paladin on Manus Island.

The Federal Government will soon face a second legal challenge to its controversial welfare debt recovery scheme.

Perth City council is setting up facial recognition cameras despite privacy concerns.

The Productivity Commission says Australia should dump all its remaining tariffs.

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