Both sides of Queensland politics are fighting to stop the compulsory acquisition of agricultural land for an army training ground.

New NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has dumped senior MPs in favour of fresh blood.

South Australia’s Chief Scientist wants to keep nuclear power alive in discussions about long-term energy supply.

People with first aid skills could soon become first responders on triple-0 emergencies, with a new app being developed by Ambulance Victoria.

Western Australia will soon become the first state to offer free meningococcal vaccinations for teenagers aged 15 to 19.

Alcohol campaigners want political donations from booze lobbies banned.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has discussed energy security with business leaders in the SA city of Port Lincoln.

The ACT Government is looking at changing its long-standing ‘no billboards’ rule.

Australia has kept its place on a key global corruption index for the first time in four years.

Nationals’ reluctance to question the NSW Government’s amalgamation plans could devalue their coalition.

A small parcel of CSG-rich Queensland has been set aside to produce gas for Australia only.

NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner has resigned.

Victoria’s corruption watchdog has detailed the mind-bending waste of money that was the ‘Ultranet’ online education portal.

WA Labor says there are 16 possible causes for lead contamination among the 3000 defects at the trouble-plagued Perth Children's Hospital.

Engineers will review 1,500 South Australian bridges after structural problems emerged last week.

The decommissioning, remediation and rehabilitation of the Hazelwood power station site will cost at least $743 million.

Investigations into South Australia’s big September blackout have slowed progress on the Victorian interconnector.

Victoria’s EPA expects specialist drone pilots to take long flights in the name of the environment.

Victoria’s Alcoa aluminium smelter will be propped up by a big federal and state government funding package.

NSW Premier Mike Baird is retiring from politics.

The Social Services Department has not decided whether to expand trials of the cashless welfare card.

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