The CPSU says new measures miss the real problems with Centrelink.

It turns out Sydney’s jokingly named Ferry McFerryface was picked by the transport minister, not the public.

ASIO has swept in to secure classified documents after they were accidentally sold at a furniture auction.

The public sector appears to support the latest push for a federal corruption court.

The Australia Institute has warned that the right to strike is “nearly extinct”.

ASIC has launched legal action against the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) over rate rigging.

The German government has slammed tests that involve humans and monkeys being made to inhale diesel exhaust fumes.

The Australia Institute says declining wages could be linked to a large drop in private sector EBAs.

The ACTU says Fair Work’s intervention in the Sydney train strikes shows the right to strike is “nearly dead”.

Rio Tinto and two former company leaders will continue facing fraud charges in the US.

A new study has found on-shift napping could have some health benefits.

The Commonwealth Bank has replaced its CEO with the former leader of its most scandal-plagued division.

Health minister Greg Hunt has allowed private health insurers to lift their premiums.

Six months into their lockout blockade, a group of Queensland coal miners say they will wait six more if they must.

Various groups have raised concerns about the Government’s planned foreign influence laws.

Trade Minister Steve Ciobo says the revised Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal should be signed later this year.

Two very different lobbies have warned against a proposed cap on foreign donations.

The Fair Work Ombudsmen is investigating an unlawful unpaid work experience program.

Iceland has passed laws requiring businesses to prove they are paying men and women equally.

A US court case could open up access troves of private data, including that of Australians.

A former AEU official says bullying and harassment by the union have left him with severe mental injuries.

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