Controversial tax cuts will be front of mind for by-election voters as they prepare to go to the polls just days after the passage of the reforms.
The Queensland government has released youth reoffender data as they proceed with changes set to allow greater children's court access for media and victims.
France's president has raised the possibility of European troops on the ground in Ukraine, but Russia says such a move would make conflict with NATO inevitable.
US President Joe Biden says Israel will halt its war on Hamas in Gaza during Ramadan in a ceasefire deal but the militants say his comments are premature.
As corporations begin limiting pandemic-era work arrangements, the government is examining whether Australian workers should have a right to work from home.
Due to unprecedented threats, ASIO says secrecy provisions for intelligence personnel should be tougher to deter unauthorised disclosures to foreign actors.
Australians working for major supermarket chains would lose their jobs if the federal government forced them to break-up, Anthony Albanese says.
A major database holding images and home addresses of one in four Australians is decades old but replacing it has been plagued by issues, a report has found.
Large Australian corporations are failing to meet global best practice when it comes to reducing their carbon dioxide emissions, according to a new study.
The prime minister has again gone on the offensive after Peter Dutton's latest attack on Labor's record on border security, accusing him of "making things up".
A popular car brand has voiced support for new rules that would cut vehicle emissions, saying Australia only has a short time to catch up to other countries.
Fresh labour data is unlikely to shift the dial for the central bank despite the jobs market slowdown appearing a little ahead of schedule.
A study shows more Australian drivers are keen on electric cars but the group behind the research says it also shows bad news for a fuel-efficiency standard.
Using artificial intelligence technology in risky tasks such as social scoring and biometric identification could be banned in Australia by a new group.
The only Liberal government in Australia is grappling for a way forward in minority as its agreements with defector MPs are put to the test.
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says property investors will continue to enjoy their tax breaks, while ruling out the prospect of changes to negative gearing.
European leaders have reacted to Donald Trump's comments over a hypothetical Russian invasion of NATO allies not spending enough on defence.
A bid to give hopeful homeowners a foot in the door could be in danger unless Labor takes steps to scale back property investor tax breaks.
Australian government officials have confirmed they are developing guidelines for solar equipment after warnings about potential security vulnerabilities.
Save Sorry Business has welcomed the federal government's $97 million support package for Indigenous people affected by the collapse of dodgy insurer Youpla.
Foreign Minister Penny Wong has received advice saying Australian money is not being funnelled through an aid organisation to fund terrorism in Gaza.
Senate negotiators have released a sweeping bipartisan border security deal that is aimed at discouraging migrants from crossing the US-Mexico border.
Insurers are being warned to do the right thing by customers devastated by natural disasters, but the nation must also invest in mitigation measures.
A "substantial misalignment of interests" ensued in the wake of flood-affected people trying to have insurance claims paid out in 2022.
Advocates say a fund to help people in flood-prone areas afford insurance premiums should be considered as a parliamentary inquiry looks at insurer practices.
Government intervention, including financial backing, is among the recommendations of a review of Australia's childcare sector.
A person on the average annual wage of $73,000 will get a tax cut of more than $1500 a year under Labor’s revamped tax policy – more than double the cut they’d have received under the Coalition’s legislated stage 3 plan.
The Australian Education Union says the federal government must do more to ensure public schools are fully funded to provide every opportunity to Australians.
Cost-of-living relief could be on the horizon as inflation begins to soften and politicians rush back to the capital to talk economic strategy.
Cost-of-living relief could be on the way as inflation begins to soften and politicians rush back to Canberra to find ways to ease the pressure on Australians.
Australian parliamentarians are set to be invited to visit Taiwan to meet the new leadership team after a historic win by the pro-democracy political party.