Reports this week accuse private training colleges of profiteering to the tune of $3 billion - at public expense.

The Australian Academy of Science has become the latest major institution to offload its fossil fuel investments.

Amnesty International says the Australian Government has played a role in a transnational crime by paying people smugglers to return to Indonesia.

A Senate inquiry into the future of big regional cities has heard fly-in, fly-out workforces can bring considerable benefits to regional communities.

A plan is being developed that could see the ACT become Australia’s most transparent government - by a very long way.

Whether we’re drinking, downing, sinking, sipping or slamming it – alcohol is a big part of Australian culture.

Federal public service leaders have ordered a crackdown on physical inboxes as part of a push toward entirely digital offices.

Junk mail promotes junk food – that is the finding of a new study into the health benefits of the most heavily-promoted foods in supermarket catalogues.

An international team of experts have devised a method that allows countries to choose their own method of ‘fair’ emissions cuts, to help them create a roadmap to end climate negotiation gridlock.

Experts have discovered a new breed of consumer stalking aisles across the country – the ultra-competitive ‘sport shopper’.

The former head of the Australian Workers Union (AWU) in Victoria has responded to claims of big donation deals around the $2.5 billion EastLink road project.

A series of national surveys on women in Information Communication Technology (ICT) have provided insight into the sector’s gender gap.

The latest Choice Consumer Pulse has revealed that electricity bills are the number one concern for Australian consumers.

The ACCC has no big issues with Foxtel’s plan to buy a large chunk of Network Ten.

Law firm Maurice Blackburn says it may launch legal action against poker machines, arguing that they breach consumer law.

Fossil fuel giant Santos has rejected a $7.1 billion takeover offer from an elite syndicate of Middle East and Asian ruling families.

The Crime Commission has warned that young, drug-taking, social-media-savvy public servants are big targets for organised crime.

The Federal Government has given a small amount of ground in a move it hopes will break the impasse in public sector wage talks.

New research suggests Australians foresee a future where their society is more skilled, but less friendly and moral.

Authorities have officially recognised a case of cancer caused by clean-up work at the Fukushima power plant.

The Federal Government is introducing a reduced set of Family Tax Benefit cuts to those proposed in the 2014 budget.

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