Westpac is requiring salaried employees earning up to $140,000 per year to complete timesheets.

BHP Group has concluded its five-week attempt to acquire Anglo American for nearly AU$75 billion.

A survey suggests university graduates are experiencing high levels of full-time employment and salary increases.

PwC has announced a new deal to become the largest customer and first reseller of OpenAI's ChatGPT Enterprise.

The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has announced Hugh de Kretser as its new President.

A committee is reviewing ASIO’s power to request warrants to question children aged between 14 and 18.

Australians’ personal and prescription data has been found for sale online.

The Queensland Government has endorsed recommendations from a review of the state’s anti-corruption body.

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) is pushing for the inclusion of the right to disconnect in modern awards.

The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS), responsible for overseeing Parliament House and safeguarding Australia's democracy, is under scrutiny following allegations of a toxic work culture.

Fashion retailer Country Road says it is investigating its handling of sexual harassment and bullying allegations.

Australia has signed a commitment to AI safety.

The Government is attempting to crack down on overspending by NDIS providers.

ASIC Commissioner Alan Kirkland has described Australia's key regulatory priorities amid global trends.

Experts warn that a proposed cap on international students could cause “chaos”.

Experts are looking at ways to manage the extreme risks posed by advanced AI.

London’s High Court is allowing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to appeal his extradition to the United States.

Australia’s digital ID regime is moving ahead.

The Northern Territory's corruption court has called for enhanced scrutiny of politicians' travel expenses during election campaigns.

The former Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner has been named the new Chair of the Australian Sports Commission (ASC).

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has initiated Federal Court proceedings against telecommunications giant Optus.

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