Barnaby Joyce is avoiding turmoil this week by putting off his plans to move a federal department to regional Victoria.

Research suggests lower-ranked public servants can use sexual harassment to take their bosses down a notch.

Experts say Canberra does not have enough water storage and supply to sustain future residents.

A year after the Barkindji people secured the largest native title claim in New South Wales, traditional owners want more water rights.

A scientific review has found that the economic benefits of South Australia's nuclear waste storage proposal are based on shaky assumptions and may be unethical.

Ambulance Tasmania says there has been a worrying rise in attacks on paramedics.

Suicide rates among Indigenous people in some parts of the Kimberly are ten times the global average.

A leading economist claims there is a massive skills deficit in the public sector.

A major survey of health concerns of people in Mr Fluffy houses has been extended.

Tasmania's Health Minister has been criticised over hospital funding soon after he announced emergency department money.

Authorities say there should be a much lower fire risk following a $620 million upgrade of wooden power poles in WA.

The South Australian government may launch a review of power price hikes by AGL, Origin Energy, and Energy Australia.

A senior WA LandCorp officer has been accused of engaging in serious misconduct by using confidential information for personal gain.

The Northern Territory’s Education Minister says the Federal Government push to get more kids to school is failing.

New South Wales Premier Mike Baird has been accused of breaking his word on a political donations cap.

The former chief of NBN has harsh words about the project as it stands today.

The Federal Government is rushing to develop northern Australia, but ignoring...

A new report shows rising out-of-pocket health costs are causing people to take risks with their health.

WA’s major electricity firm will offload over 300 workers.

The WA Government has acknowledged its sluggishness in rebuilding decades-old public schools.

Almost $4 billion will be spent on 3,000 new prison beds into the New South Wales prison system over the next four years.

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