The full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been released, causing Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb to tell everyone to calm down.

The vice-chancellor of a Group of Eight (Go8) university has broken ranks, saying there is no crisis in Australia's higher education system and there is no particularly strong case for students to have to pay more.

The ACT Emergency Services Agency (ESA) is bringing in new people amid moves to reform its structure.

Secretary of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C), Michael Thawley, says the Australian Public Service (APS) should “open its doors” to the outside world.

Reports say Queensland's public sector unions are moving “desk to desk” and “floor by floor” through government offices to recruit new workers.

The union for federal government workers has been accused of using the public as pawns in their push for a pay rise.

The CFMEU has been hit with a $48,000 fine for threatening to disrupt work on a Melbourne rail station.

A far-reaching CSIRO survey has found Australians views on climate change run on distinctly political lines.

University researchers have taken an in-depth look at Australians’ views on cultural diversity, immigration and social cohesion.

Doctors have been ordered to repay more than $4 million worth of benefits, following a report into rampant Medicare rorting.

South Australia has appointed a top-ranking health expert as its first mental health commissioner, but the position may not last.

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