APRA has slammed CommBank over events surrounding its alleged 53,00 breaches of ...

Queensland has become the third state to commit to a national redress scheme for survivors of sexual abuse in government-run institutions.

AMP chair Catherine Brenner has resigned.

The new Gonski report says Australia's school curriculum should be changed to focus to individual student achievements.

Telstra has been fined $10 million for signing up mobile customers for ‘premium billing’ without their knowledge or agreement.

The banking royal commission has recommended AMP be prosecuted for misleading the corporate regulator.

Victoria’s gambling regulator has handed casino-operator Crown a $300,000 fine for the illegal altering of poker machines.

The Treasury Department has dismissed all recommendations in a report on its corporate planning and reporting responsibilities.

The chief scientist has described Australia’s university admissions test as “outdated” and “largely irrelevant”.

No final conclusions have been reached in the investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Robert Doyle ...

A new report looks at the challenges for safety and workers’ compensation from new technologies and ways of working.

Unions say a $50-a-week increase to the minimum wage would create up to 87,000 jobs in two years.

The Victorian Government says it will pay people to find better power deals, in a plan the Opposition has labelled a “bribe”.

Environment Victoria wants a $90 million “clean coal” fun to be spent on the transition away from reliance on coal.

The Federal Government says it is hiring an additional 1,000 Centrelink call centre operators.

Twiggy Forrest has launched a universal database for cancer patients to share their medical records.

The Queensland Government is keeping facial recognition software installed for the Commonwealth Games in place, but will not say when it will be used.

The Australian TV lobby wants Facebook and Google to be more transparent ...

AMP chief Craig Meller has quit amid scandals uncovered at the banking royal commission.

International students now make up more than a quarter of enrolments at some universities.

The Federal Government is seeking bigger fines and jail terms for dodgy bankers and other corporate criminals.

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