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Esther Han Forcing producers to declare the number of hens per square meter on cartons of free range egg is among the options being considered by the federal government to end the confusion over labelling claims.
Heath Aston, political correspondent If the China-Australia free trade agreement proceeds without labour market protections, the Turnbull government will "effectively surrender autonomy over its migration laws" and invite a wave of Chinese workers into Australia, driving down local wages and conditions, a new report has found.
Rachel Browne Frogs face "mass extinction" in the next century, according to research by Macquarie University expert Dr John Alroy.
Daniel Flitton The army will spend $1.3 billion on a new, Victorian-built armoured four-wheel-drive designed to withstand the blast of a roadside bomb.
Nicole Hasham The Nauruan government intends to process the refugee claims of 600 asylum seekers within a week, saying it has flung open the doors of the controversial camp and the era of detention "has ended".
Kate Aubusson The health district that oversees the Broken Hill Base Hospital has defended its handling of bullying and harassment claims made by healthcare workers against management, blaming a recent "culture change" for "disrupting" staff.
Nassim Khadem The global plan to fight profit shifting is likely to "supersede" domestic laws introduced by Joe Hockey to counter multinational tax evasion.
Nassim Khadem After two years, the OECD has developed its final plan aimed at stopping multinational tax evasion. But not everyone is happy.