A new deal between unions and the business sector could lead to simplified enterprise bargaining.

The RBA has put out a paper on its digital currency plan.

WA's corruption watchdog allegese two government staffers broke the rules to obtain expensive gifts ...

The ‘Robodebt’ royal commission began this week.

The NSW Government is looking to hire a chief behaviour adviser for schools.

Tasmanian state school teachers held a two-hour strike over pay and conditions this week, causing some schools to open late.

A new review says enhancing diversity and inclusion will improve the public service.

Queensland utility Seqwater has accepted an enforceable undertaking after it admitted to underpaying staff.

Claims of workplace issues have emerged from a troubled Queensland DNA lab.

The federal government has given more details of its planned corruption court.

The WA government says it will support all recommendations from a scathing review of sexual harassment in FIFO work.

A former NT ICAC staffer has been fined for disclosure of information on Snapchat.

The fallout from a massive data breach at Optus has exposed critical flaws and questionable stances within the company.

A new survey shows Queensland’s junior doctors are increasingly concerned that overwork and fatigue may lead to mistakes.

Federal politicians are forecast to pocket more than $18 million over 10 years from stage three tax cuts.

The competition regulator has told businesses to be prepared to back up their environmental claims.

AMP has been hit with a $14.6 million fine for charging ‘fees for no service’.

Optus has suffered one of the biggest data breaches in Australian history, with up to 9.8 million users affected.

An ATO whistleblower has revealed internal complaints about debt recovery tactics at the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

The mining union is looking to split from the CFMEU.

Experts say Australia has a severe lack of hydrogen skills and training capabilities.

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