The Albanese government says it wants wages boosted for Australia's lowest-paid workers ...

A tax office whistleblower has failed to avoid a trial.

A major finance firm says its recent hack went deeper than first thought.

Medibank is facing more legal action over its large data breach.

Paul Brereton has been appointed to lead the National Anti-Corruption Commission.

Queensland is set to introduce new legislation that will prohibit the public display of hate symbols, including Nazi flags.

Australia appears to lack the hydrogen skills and training capabilities it needs to achieve its newly-legislated carbon reduction targets.

A health workers’ union has been revealed as the recipient of data from a serious breach at Canberra Health Services (CHS).

The result of the NSW state election could embolden union bargaining across the country.

Labor and the Greens have cut a deal to get a key piece of climate policy through the parliament.

Authorities are pushing to enhance regulation amid the rise of “intrusive” technology.

Australian laws could prevent foreign-born engineers from working on AUKUS submarines.

A leading energy expert has given some context for major government interference in the sector.

Labor has won the NSW election, ending over a decade of Liberal reign.

A review has found government contracts failed to meet standards.

The King has lent royal assent to a free trade agreement between Australia and the UK.

A new study suggests shame, guilt or incentives are not enough to sustain humanitarian action.

BHP is tightening its executive purse strings.

Short-sellers have thrown serious allegations at Block - the company behind Square, Afterpay and Cash App.

In just a few years’ time, the APS could become “accessible by default”.

EU lawmakers are facing an onslaught of new AI rules.

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