Canberra’s spring open gardens program will go ahead despite the closure of Open Gardens Australia next year.
The construction workers union directed all staff and officials to clean out their emails despite it being issued with an order to produce electronic documents to the royal commission into union corruption.
At last one of history's most idiotic pieces of legislation, the Minerals Resource Rent Tax, has found a use.
The Senate has passed the mining tax repeal bill after the Abbott government reached a deal with the Palmer United Party to scrap the tax but keep the associated compensation.
Treasurer Joe Hockey has rounded on Liberal Premier Colin Barnett in a partyroom stoush on the amount of GST revenue Western Australia receives.
The local sharemarket has hit a fresh six-year high as confirmation of continuing low interest rates domestically and the promise of increased monetary policy support in Europe lifted investors spirits.
Government agencies train for an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease at Queanbeyan saleyard.
Suddenly the retirement outcomes from anyone under the age of about 50 look a lot bleaker based on the government’s extension of its freeze on the superannuation guarantee at the current level of 9.5 per cent.
An exhibition about Australia's longest-serving prime minister, and curated by former leader John Howard, is being staged to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Menzies' first prime ministership.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse that was initiated by former prime minister Julia Gillard has been extended for another two years by the Coalition.