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Noel Towell Andrew Podger has more stories to tell about the public service in Canberra than most, while Ellen Ferrington Michaelis is just starting on her collection of memories of the bureaucracy's place in...
Noel Towell Retired wing commander Geoffrey Schmidt says the men he once commanded in the RAAF's 75 Squadron had a victory on Tuesday, long after they left the forces.
Noel Towell A ''multi-pronged'' identity fraud attack on the ATO has led to the establishment of a new team of identity crime busters.
Noel Towell Coalition has ''hit-list'' of senior public servants marked for the sack, according to Canberra Labor MP Andrew Leigh.
Noel Towell End 15-year battle over future of Tralee housing development sparks confused response from Tuggeranong council.
Noel Towell One of Australia's longest and most bitter business feuds ended in a peace treaty signed in Canberra on Wednesday.
Noel Towell ‘‘Intelligence is never too dear,’’ quoted Opposition Leader Tony Abbott as he spoke at the opening of spy agency ASIO’s new $700million headquarters on Tuesday.
Noel Towell Australian taxpayers could save $340 million annually if federal public servants took just two fewer sickies each year, a Coalition senator says.
Noel Towell Government sector workers should be legally obliged to report any knowledge of workplace fraud or corruption, says Brian Hood.
Noel Towell The Australian Bureau of Statistics looks set to consign more than 100 years of tradition to the dustbin of history and stop printing the nation's statistical bible, Year Book Australia.
Noel Towell Public Service Reporter Public service unions have lost an appeal against an industrial tribunal decision they say threatens the job security of 25,000 Australian Taxation Office workers nationwide.
Noel Towell The Federal Government's biggest department has taken legal action to protect its right discipline employees without incurring workers' compensation claims.
Noel Towell Public Service Reporter Canberra will bear the brunt of 800 job cuts to the senior ranks of the public service as the federal government moves to pay for scrapping its carbon tax.
Noel Towell A former Canberra public servant who claims she was left psychologically damaged by witnessing a fatal industrial accident in the city 30 years ago, has lost another bid for compensation.
Noel Towell The Ainslie Group of licensed clubs has parted company with its chief executive and been forced to refinance up to $5 million in debt as it struggles to pay for a costly revamp to one of its venues.
Noel Towell It's the big and expensive machine from America that promises to take the human factor out of cataract surgery in Canberra.
Noel Towell Healthcare workers at a private hospital in Canberra’s south face an uncertain future after its owners called in administrators this week.
Noel Towell A Canberra public servant was left with a psychological illness - after his bosses said he could keep his job.
Lisa Cox and Noel Towell The ACT government is failing in almost every aspect of its management of the territory's car parks, a new report has found.
Noel Towell Young people are walking away from the Murray-Darling Basin at nearly twice the rate of other rural and regional areas of Australia and Jarrod Deaton is not surprised.