New laws give more protection for subbies — if the company doesn’t collapse

Subcontractors welcome new laws that will protect payments for those working on government contracts — but they are unlikely to be protected if the head contractor goes into administration, leading to a push for laws to be strengthened further.

How Carnegie set out to harness the power of waves and ended up sailing into a financial storm

A green energy project by Carnegie Clean Energy that would power homes in a marginal electorate — it seemed like an irresistible political prospect. So how did things go so wrong?

ACT drops out of federal teaching program already suffering retention rates

The ACT Government announces it is cutting ties with the Teach for Australia program, aimed at attracting people from non-teaching careers, citing concerns over value for money and retention rates.