The Senate has passed legislation aimed at driving power prices down...

Official stats show the Federal Government is not under much pressure to bring asylum seekers to Australia for medical treatment.

A senior DFAT worker is being investigated for her links to animal activist groups.

A proposed new law could see governors-general accused of serious misconduct stripped of their allowances.

A senior advisory group has begun designing an Indigenous voice to guide Australia's politicians.

Inner West Council has become the first in Sydney to drop Australia Day celebrations ...
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A new report shows federal government cyber resilience is almost unchanged in the last three years.

Climate change is already damaging the health of the world’s children, and Australia is at significant risk of health decline too.
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Media bosses have met to discuss press freedom laws with the Morrison government in Canberra.

A senior public servant in WA has been charged with allegedly stealing more than $2.5 million of public money.
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New South Wales public servants have been told “not to discuss the link between climate change and bushfires”.
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The Productivity Commission says important transport reforms need to be sped up.

The number of lobbyists with unfettered access to the halls of Parliament House has doubled in seven years.

Victoria’s Auditor-General says the state will have to continue borrowing cash to fund major infrastructure projects.
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An Indigenous child welfare review has found newborns are being removed from mothers in “unethical” ways.
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An IT expert says the NSW online voting system is flawed.
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New gender pay stats have been dubbed “disappointing”.

Australian War Memorial boss Brendan Nelson says a $500 million expansion of the site will help veterans' PTSD.

The Morrison government is looking for individual deals with states to help drive down power prices and ensure reliability.
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The WA Government was warned that Carnegie Clean Energy was a big financial risk before giving is $2.6 million in taxpayer funds, reports say.
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A coalition of Sydney councils has pledged to recycle 45 million glass bottles and buy more recycled material.
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