Taxpayers will be hit up for another business slush fund under the latest round of industry policy as the parties compete to breathe life into local manufacturing.
When put together, the ANAO's last five years of audits reveal massive failures across the public service.
We've reached our goal: defence spending is at 2% of the GDP. But don't celebrate yet — it's a pretty dopey target.
The media is excited about Scott Morrison's planned increase in defence spending — except that it's nothing more than what we already committed to years ago
The government goes all-in on defence spending, and Qantas eyes off a regional monopoly. Catch up with the news that slipped through the cracks.
The legislation allowing Morrison to deploy troops for disaster relief was rushed through without much interrogation — but how constitutionally valid is it?
A new book by national security journalist Brian Toohey reminds us that while the secretive Pine Gap is on Australian soil, it's the US calling the shots — and ministers are expected to fall in line.
The US military has long had a presence in the Top End. And from the looks of things, its only going to get bigger.
Defence offers a lucrative source of revenue for the big four consulting firms, and a rich tradition of former officials helping companies take advantage.