The public service travel bill has blown out by $75 million since the Coalition returned to government.

Queensland's chief scientist, Professor Suzanne Miller, has been charged with fraud by the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC).

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has launched an investigation into suspected corruption by Rio Tinto in Guinea.

The big telcos will not guarantee that customers’ speeds on the National Broadband Network.

Queensland’s Mater hospital has put its name to an advertising campaign for the New Acland stage 3 mine.

A local tech firm has threatened sue Brisbane City Council over a contract dispute.

Ructions have emerged in the banks’ attempt to reform themselves.

A new study has found Australian women retire with less than half the amount of superannuation than men.

An analysis has found that people in the CDP work-for-the-dole scheme are being financially penalised at a concerning rate.

International security forces have brought down two big dark web marketplaces.

Human Services Minister Alan Tudge says more welfare and government services will not alleviate poverty.

New employment figures show a ninth straight month of job gains in Australia, with 14,000 new jobs added in June.

A Queensland council is considering allowing public money to fund legal action against council critics.

The Federal Government has given Foxtel $30 million for more sports coverage, but has not explained how it was chosen or why.

The Federal Government has merged control of Border Force, ASIO, the AFP and the Immigration Department ...

New ideas, business opportunities and career connections have been brewed at the world's biggest female hackathon in Melbourne.

Queensland Police employees have made dozens of claims for compensation, revealed in documents released under Right to Information.

South Australia is looking at new fines and even jail time for builders who bully subcontractors.

The AMA is sceptical about the rise of online doctors and health services.

The Federal Government has launched legislation for cyber abilities that may not be possible.

ANZ says Australia is failing to prevent money laundering.

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