A Melbourne court has heard details of an elaborate rorting scheme by a former public servant.

Paul Keating says early withdrawal of superannuation is entrenching inequality between generations.

The University of Melbourne has been repaying staff after a decade of underpayment.

ACCC chair Rod Sims says regulators must keep pace with the rapid evolution of digital platforms.

Victoria's First Peoples' Assembly has held its first formal Aboriginal treaty talks with the State Government.

A prominent NSW irrigator has been acquitted of taking water from the Barwon-Darling system.

The chief of NSW’s workers’ compensation scheme has resigned after being picked apart at an inquiry.

A health expert has shed some light on the conditions that lead to COVID-19 hotspots in abattoirs.

The total amount of Robodebt refunds is now $224 million, paid to 145,000 people.

The Federal Government is beginning to grant visas to international students to lift struggling university sector.

The Federal Government is working on a plan to force Facebook and Google to pay traditional news media to publish their content.

More than half a million Australians have “completely cleaned out” their superannuation savings.

An independent review has found many Queensland Police promotions were made through a flawed appointment process.

South Australian public hospitals have been accused of failing to deliver appropriate and acceptable care to patients with disabilities.

The Closing the Gap goals have been changed.

The Federal Government has not modelled whether charging more for humanities will work.

The Australian Energy Market Operator says Australia is in the midst of possibly the world’s fastest energy transition.

The PM says recent moves to give bosses more power over workers will only be temporary.

A deep investigation of Australia’s $60 billion workers’ compensation system has uncovered widespread mismanagement.

Instead of helping with expensive renovations, the Federal Government is being urged to build social housing.

Some of Australian biggest companies are coming together to work towards net zero emissions in their supply chains.

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