The Federal Government is moving forward on its anti-slavery bill.

Students across the country have gone on strike and held protests over the lack of political action to address climate change.

A bill to set up the ACT’s new integrity commission has been tabled.

The Federal Government is keeping an important Centrelink report under wraps.

Two Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) subsidiaries have been fined over $21 million for offering bribes to foreign officials.

A review has found climate change lawsuits against governments have had more success than those against fossil fuel companies.

Parliament will sit for just 13 days before the federal budget in April ...

The Federal Government says it is working on its own anti-corruption watchdog.

The Morrison government is set to introduce its ‘big stick’ for energy companies within this fortnight.

The Federal Government has blocked a $13 billion bid for the bulk of Australia's gas networks.

A major NBN supplier has been targeted by a $400 million class action.

The NT Government is spending $1 million to address spending problems in the Health Department.

An investigation has found no evidence that data was stolen in the PageUp data breach.

ASIC has denied being too friendly with big banks and financial institutions ...

Australia’s decade-long ‘education revolution’ appears to have disadvantaged many public schools.

Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O'Dwyer has called on the Federal Court to wrap up an important casual worker test case.

Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan has reportedly put aside plans for a taskforce to scrutinise university responses to sexual assault and harassment.

The Federal Government says all its public services will be online in seven years.

Thousands of Tax Office staff will be given panic buttons on mobile phones in response to security fears.

A new plan would see families gain greater flexibility with how they use paid parental leave entitlements.

Fairfax shareholders have backed a merger with Nine.

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