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Nassim Khadem Chris Jordan says information sharing with foreign nations has allowed it to raise $730 million worth of tax liabilities over the past two financial years.
Peter Hartcher Tony Abbott and some of his cabinet ministers have canvassed the prospect of an early double dissolution election to be held in the next few months.
NSW patients waiting to have low-risk surgeries or caesarean births in Canberra can now to have the procedures at their local hospitals under a move expected to cut waiting lists in the territory.
Peter Martin The Treasury has disowned the contents of the Intergenerational Report being used by the government to claim that it is a better economic manager than Labor.
Judith Ireland Another landmark policy loss is looming for the Abbott government, as Senate crossbenchers firm in their resolve to sink a $22 billion budget cut to pensions.
Dan Harrison The Australians who visit the doctor most often tend to be older and poorer than those who visit their GP less, and would be hardest hit by the introduction of a "price signal", new data has found.
Anna Patty A Sydney company failed to pay a student intern thousands of dollars in wages
Lisa Visentin Two university students have been expelled and a further 70 from five of NSW's most prestigious universities could be suspended after being identified in connection with a widespread cheating scandal centred around an online essay writing company.
Clare Colley Parliamentary secretary for science Karen Andrew flags changes to research grant application process, as ANU vice-chancellor Ian Young and Nobel laureate Brian Schmidt warn of the dangers of uncertain funding.db