What is a myGov account and how does it work?

MyGov is a secure way to access government services online in one place.

Technology News

What is 'upskirting' and what are your rights to privacy?

Queensland federal MP Andrew Laming has been accused of taking an inappropriate photograph of a young woman, Crystal White, in 2019 in which her underwear was showing.

Federal Government

Government appoints controversial new minister for government services

The prime minister has announced a new minister for government services, with the controversial Linda Reynolds taking over from the controversial Stuart Robert.

Superannuation News

Keating says Australians are owed superannuation increase

Former prime minister Paul Keating has reignited claims a rise in the superannuation guarantee is the only way Australians are going to be able to adequately afford retirement without overburdening the pension system.


Sex, power and anger - a history of feminist protests in Australia

Rage and roar are two words commonly used to describe the events of Monday 15 March, when tens of thousands joined the March4Justice.


Are you eligible for a cheaper upgrade on your fridge or TV?

Some pensioners can receive 40 per cent off the cost of a new fridge or 50 per cent off the cost of a new television.

Aged Care

Economic adviser wants Aussies to fund their own aged care

Retirement Income Review chairman wants you to fund your own aged care but says there needs to be a fair way to do it. Advocacy groups for older Australian have other ideas ...


Queenslanders miss out on discounted flights to local tourist towns

Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick has criticised the Commonwealth stimulus package to halve the price of flights, saying Queenslanders will not be supported to travel within…

Aged Care

Is the government considering a new tax to fund aged care?

Who'll fund the aged care fix? In some way shape or form, it will be the taxpayer, who foots the bill, and it may be as soon as May that we find that out.


Government reveals details of unit established to bust vaccine myths

As the vaccine rollout prepares to hit top gear, health minister Greg Hunt has revealed that an agency has been established to tackle myths and misinformation.

Aged Care

Government releases five-year road map to fix a 'national disgrace'

The federal government has delivered its 'initial' response to the aged care royal commission's findings, with a renewed focus 'not on the provider and on money, but on the individual'.

Aged Care

Australians expect high quality aged care. Why can’t they get it?

A research paper, published in the lead-up to the aged care royal commission’s final report to be handed down on 26 February, highlights the need…

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