The former director of Victoria's Liberal party has avoided a referral to the High Court over fake official election ads.

The ACT Government says proposed religious freedom laws would seriously threaten human rights protections.

A report has found community confidence in the AFP has suffered in the wake of media raids and leaked information.

More major retailers have been slammed for underpaying their staff.

Melbourne's scandal-plagued Casey council has been sacked.

The Federal Court has dismissed a case about the validity of police warrants used to raid media outlets.

Attorney-General Christian Porter is considering punishments in his push to criminalise wage theft.

US firm General Motors has announced it will axe its Holden brand by the end of the year.

Australia's biggest hospital service allegedly tried to gag a whistleblower who exposed its allegedly corrupt behaviour.

A new survey shows one in three trainee doctors in Australia have experienced or witnessed bullying, harassment or discrimination in the past 12 months, but most do not report it.

Concerning new details have emerged about the Federal Government’s two sports rorts.

The Federal Court has given the green light to a proposed merger of TPG and Vodafone.

Investigations have found that children's access to disability funding appears to depend on where they live.

The latest Closing the Gap report shows that by most socio-economic measures, Indigenous Australians are still behind ...

A leaked report describes Federal Parliament’s cyber security as being of a “low level of maturity”.

The major mining lobby has backed a giant solar farm in the NT.

Former reality TV host George Calombaris says he is “personally devastated” after placing his restaurant empire into administration.

It has been revealed that former resources minister Matt Canavan delayed releasing documents about meetings with coal lobbyists until he resigned, cutting off a freedom of information request.

A new report shines a spotlight on mining safety in Queensland.

The Federal Government has blocked a law that would have made nursing homes reveal staff and food budgets.

There are new concerns that data retention “ambiguity” is allowing cops to view people’s browsing history.

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