Australia’s biggest universities want the new federal government to focus on education as a major driver of economic growth.

New analysis suggests many private schools that received JobKeeper pandemic payments increased their income.

Real wages are falling at their fastest pace since GST was introduced.

Five of Australia’s biggest energy and gas companies have paid no income tax for at least the past seven years.

A billionaire’s investment firm has laid out a series of strong suggestions for AGL Energy.

The Coalition is planning $3.3 billion worth of public service cuts to fund $2.3 billion worth of election pledges.

South Australia’s Treasurer says over 90,000 public servants are now involved in a payroll data breach.

Victorian government agencies are in talks over a switch to digital driver's licences.

The ACTU has accused Prime Minister Scott Morrison of refusing a wage hike.

Big names in the Australian industrial sector are divided over a plan to allow people to raid their superannuation for house purchases.

John Holland has agreed to make $1.2 million worth of safety improvements after the death of a worker ...

The AEC says some political signage has breached the Electoral Act.

Only a small proportion of candidates in the federal election come from diverse backgrounds, analysis has found.

The EU is imposing tougher cyber security rules for energy facilities and other key sectors.

The students’ union has criticised the PM for alleged hypocrisy on inflation.

Labor says it would entice high achievers to study teaching using cash payments.

The Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) has issued new standards as part of efforts to create ‘one APS’.

Australia might not have the defence shipbuilding skills to complete a local submarine build.

Several Tasmanian trade unions have broken with tradition and will back a candidate from a newly-founded political party over Labor in the Senate.

Wollongong is set to have Australia’s first hospital for women with trauma caused by domestic and sexual violence.

Experts have called for a more diverse set of responses to Australia's housing crisis.

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Even though many of us have been forced indoors, the COVID-19 crisis is eroding our privacy.

I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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