Roy Hill Holdings is in court after accusations that principal contractor Samsung C&T deliberately held up the project for commercial advantage.

Economists have called for health insurance to become mandatory, as part of the greatest health care overhaul since the introduction of Medicare.

Research has revealed a significant drop in the number of new teenage smokers, with the reduction attributed to plain packaging laws.

The ACCC is again taking legal action against a VET provider, saying it shows clear holes in the VET FEE-HELP system.

While Malcolm Turnbull was praised for elevating more women to the frontbench when he took the prime ministership, gender inequality is still rife in the high levels of the public service.

Two pharmaceutical giants are considering a merger that would create the world’s biggest drug company.

Australian researchers have looked for the best warning signs that companies can use to spot potential cyber-security risks within their own staff.

After going over the files of thousands of clients ripped off in Macquarie Bank’s financial planning scandal, compensation has been awarded to just 163 people — in a process that has been labelled “farcical” and a “catch-22”.

Two former Treasury bosses say cuts and constant changes have left the abilities of the public service dangerously degraded.

The Senate is expected to vote down a proposition to deregulate the coastal shipping industry.

Reports say Uber could be legalised by the NSW government under drastic new reforms.

A serious security flaw in Federal Government financial systems has left Australians' private tax records unsecured.

An important research project has found what young women thought after they saw the film “Fifty Shades of Grey”.

Some of Australia’s top chief executives say the Turnbull government focus on technology education to boost productivity.

Communications Minister Mitch Fifield has dismissed the detailed analysis of the $15 billion NBN cost blowout by former CEO Mike Quigley, but has not provided any evidence to show why Quigley was incorrect.

Government finance departments say extensive and superfluous reporting frameworks have pushed them to look for new ways to reduce their “disclosure burden”.

A new study says drinking two or more cups of coffee a day may have significant health benefits.

Airline loyalty and credit card reward programs could get a bit less generous under new rules in the wake of a Reserve Bank review.

There are big job cuts on the way in Western Australia's health system as federal funding dries up.

Four men accused of a $1.6 million fraud in the ACT's Public Trustee office have had their first day in court.

US environmental think-tank, Oil Change International and UK humanitarian think-tank, the Overseas Development Institute, has found the world's biggest economies pay $633 billion a year in subsidies to oil, gas and coal companies.

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