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There’s a stink brewing at Rio Tinto-controlled uranium miner Energy Resources of Australia.

This quest for fulfilment primarily through our jobs has led to the language of family overtaking the world of work.

Australian shares are seen opening higher, building on Friday’s rise amid positioning for a month-end rally. $A advances. Iron ore steadies.

Australian shares are seen opening higher, building on Friday’s rise amid positioning for a month-end rally. $A advances. Iron ore steadies.

JOLT Charge and Endeavour Energy will install up to 1000 free EV charging stations over the next decade amid anticipation of an expected rise in demand.

Shayne Collins says some of ANZ traders weren’t even born when the bond market last crashed. But he says the focus is on the franchise not big bets.

As The Australian Financial Review has urged, the Labor government needs to more clearly back the central bank’s call for negotiated wage rises to be kept to around 3.5 per cent.

The Coalition’s Angus Taylor says the long-standing inflation target of 2-3 per cent should not be adjusted by the Albanese government’s review of the RBA.

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Scott Morrison, uncomfortable with Victoria's plans to sign more agreements with China, is taking control.

Two Australian accounting industry bodies say they never approved the use of their name and logos in newspaper ads supporting Hong Kong's new national security laws.

Major cyber security flaws were found in the Beijing-funded data centre in Port Moresby, where government files could be easily stolen without detection.

The US President has signalled that he is considering taking action against more Chinese companies, including Alibaba, one day after he ordered ByteDance to divest TikTok’s operations in the US within 90 days.

A Chinese military contractor that boasts of spreading disinformation has compiled profiles on more than 35,000 Australians. We have extracted some of the key names here.

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