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PwC Australia investigating former CEO Luke Sayers

One of Australia’s biggest consultancy firms is investigating its own former chief executive, after a whistleblower alleged Luke Sayers had improperly influenced a public company getting the firm’s travel account. PwC Australia fronted up to a Senate inquiry into the…

Australia to accelerate Ghost Bat killer drone fleet plans with $400m to build three new aircraft

Australia’s ambition to build a fleet of killer drones takes its next step, with $400 million to be spent building three uncrewed aircraft capable of carrying lethal payloads. The Ghost Bat, the first military combat aircraft to be designed and…

Jacinta Price, Jim Chalmers and three premiers past and present nominated for political leadership award

A meteoric rise from small town deputy mayor to the leader of the No campaign has led to Jacinta Nampijinpa Price being short-listed for a prestigious prize for political leadership. The McKinnon Prize announced its nominations for political leadership across…

Anthony Albanese has hit back after Peter Dutton branded him a ‘liar’ over tax

Bigger tax cuts for lower and middle income earners are all but locked in as Peter Dutton sets up the battleground for the next election. The Opposition Leader confirmed he would not stand in the way of Labor’s reworked stage…

Peter Dutton finalising his position on PM’s broken tax cut promise

Peter Dutton will execute the time-honoured “b**ch and fold” strategy over Labor’s revamped income tax cuts, ensuring cost of living relief is locked and loaded for July 1. The blunt phrase being echoed around Canberra refers to the Liberal party’s…

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese issues touching message to King Charles after cancer diagnosis

Anthony Albanese has wished King Charles a speedy recovery after his cancer diagnosis, extending an invitation to the monarch to visit Australia. The prime minister said the thoughts of all Australians were with King Charles and his family after it…

Workplace shake-up set to face final Senate hurdle as deal clinched on ‘right to disconnect’

Contentious changes to workplace laws will return to parliament for the first sitting week of 2024, with the government to introduce a new provision which would give workers a right to tell their boss to stop making unreasonable contact outside…

Anthony Albanese pays tribute to late Peta Murphy in $1.5m metastatic cancer data collection investment

Anthony Albanese has paid tribute to the late Peta Murphy in announcing a $1.5m investment to improve outcomes for people with metastatic breast cancer. Ms Murphy, who died in December, had been a strong advocate for breast cancer research and…

Albanese government orders ACCC inquiry into supermarket sector

The consumer watchdog has been formally directed to investigate the supermarket sector, amid concerns Australians are being ripped off at the checkout and the farmgate. Treasurer Jim Chalmers directed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to investigate the competitiveness of…

Australia responds after Biden administration launches retaliatory attacks

Australia has backed the United States after it carried out retaliatory air strikes on Iranian-backed militias in Syria and Iraq. Three US troops were killed and dozens were injured last week after Iranian-backed militants launched a drone strike in Jordan….

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