Consumer watchdog Choice has found that Australians are paying more for products than they would in other countries.
Most Australians support ‘traffic light’ food labelling and other methods that could help consumers make healthier choices in their diets, a new study suggests.
Tax havens around the world are holding $US21 trillion ($A19.8 trillion) in hidden revenues, according to the Tax Justice Network.
ACTU president Ged Kearney called on unions, governments and the industry to discuss a long-term strategy for manufacturing in Australia.
An Australian bank has apologised for an advertisement filmed at the London Olympics which contains scenes of a man being wrestled to the ground on suspicion of terrorism.
The Federal Government announced on Tuesday two initiatives to help deal with school bullying.
The inflation rate for the June quarter rose 0.5 per cent, taking down the annual rate to a meagre 1.2 per cent–the lowest for 13 years.
Five states have agreed to support the NDIS, while Queensland and Western Australia have yet to back the scheme that would see about 10,000 people with disabilities start [...]
Mr Joyce told the Australian Financial Review (AFR) the review board was overweight with investment bankers, who had a vested interest in selling assets overseas.
A decision to grant asylum to a former spy unmasks a broad network of operators used to monitor overseas dissidents and Falun Gong practitioners, and reveals the tactics used [...]