WA state-owned power retailer Synergy has posted a financial loss of $656 million.

Some SA residents will soon be polled about their views on a nuclear waste dump.

The ACT has legalised the possession, use and cultivation of small amounts of cannabis.

The AEMC has looked at ways that Australia's energy grid could adapt to manage an influx of renewables.

The private operator of WA’s prisons could face a $100,000 fine after a violent serial offender escaped.

The NSW Government has accused Mascot Towers residents of forcing its hand on remediation payments.

The SA Government is outlawing the use of highly-controversial spit hoods on youth detainees.

The $5 billion Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has spent nothing in Queensland.

The Victorian Government will apply a 2.75 per cent gold royalty from 2020.

NSW is rolling out new technology to spot drivers using their phones.

The Greens have failed in a bid to abolish a $1.2 billion federal government “slush fund” for Catholic and independent schools.

The Queensland government has failed to obtain rights to use nets and drum lines to catch and kill sharks near the Great Barrier Reef.

ACT residents have been asked to do the heavy lifting in combatting climate change.

Deputy QLD premier Jackie Trad has been removed from all dealings with Brisbane's Cross River Rail project.

The New South Wales cabinet is considering restricting water for irrigators in the Barwon-Darling during low-flow events.

David Littleproud has again called for more dams.

Victorian Aboriginal communities will soon elect representatives to draw lines for negotiating a treaty.

A Great Australian Bight oil industry would require decades of subsidies, experts say.

A bureaucratic effort to understand Australia’s climate risks appears to have slowed down.

The Alice Springs council has thrown up a hurdle for the proposed National Indigenous Art Gallery.

A former Renewal SA worker has become the first public servant charged with breaching ICAC secrecy rules.

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