New data shows over 120,000 welfare recipients had payments suspended despite having a valid reason.

HealthEngine - an app used nationwide for a range of sensitive duties - is facing huge penalties.

NT Police has admitted inappropriately accessing the private medical records of a public servant.

Queensland Deputy Premier Jackie Trad is under pressure to stand down.

Revelations are tumbling out of an inquiry into operations and affairs at the City of Perth.

A former public servant has lost a free speech High Court case over tweets criticising government policies.

Reports suggest an agency other than the AFP supported raids on journalists.

The ACCC will study who owns what in the Murray-Darling Basin's $2 billion water market.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has launched legal proceedings against wind farm operators over South Australia's 2016 blackout.

Research shows career counsellors who are humorous see more positive outcomes in their sessions.

SA Police has been forced to retract an offer of a gift card prize for the officer who issues the most speeding and traffic fines.

Clive Palmer has settled the majority of the $200 million lawsuit over the collapse of Queensland Nickel.

Slow wage growth has been locked into recent enterprise bargaining agreements.

A federal MP has called for the Chinese lease on Darwin Port to be scrapped, and for the site to be ‘nationalised’.

The Productivity Commission is reviewing mining project approval delays.

Ten dodgy childcare providers have been suspended or shut down during the first three months of this year.

Former deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop will become the first female chancellor of the Australian National University.

Australia has expressed disappointment at increasing global tensions between the world's two largest economies.

Leaked documents suggest NAB knew it was ripping off customers.

Over 20,000 NSW health workers have gone on strike over safety issues.

The Prime Minister has been accused of mistruth about dole payments.

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