Lawyers say the Queensland Government’s plan to sack the Ipswich City Council could breach fundamental human rights.

Police are investigating both major Victorian political parties.

A two-stage process might be used to get the national energy guarantee (NEG) happening.

The NSW Government is giving all schoolgirls the option of wearing shorts and pants instead of skirts and dresses.

The former CEO of BioSA has gone on trial in the Adelaide District Court.

A fifth of the APVMA’s staff will now stay in the ACT.

Labor MP Emma Husar is being investigated by her party over allegations of workplace bullying and misconduct.

A new public service report urges the Queensland government to be more open and accountable.

Victoria has pledged to fund the long-awaited Melbourne airport rail link.

Ambulance Victoria will review its debt collection processes after claims it has “unethically” pursued bills.

The NSW Government has partly renewed the coal exploration licence for the controversial Shenhua Watermark project.

Consumer groups say a Victorian Government plan to pay people to compare power prices is failing.

The audit office says evidence about the effectiveness of the cashless welfare card is unreliable.

Centrelink’s remote work-for-the-dole scheme has been labelled “devastating” for Indigenous participants.

Wagga Wagga MP Daryl Maguire has gone on bereavement leave amid strong calls for his resignation.

A public servant at the centre of a controversial land swap deal has spoken out.

Adani appears close to locking in finance for a key part of its $16.5 billion Queensland coal mine.

The Murray-Darling inquiry has heard some irrigators find themselves caught between competing interests.

Western Australian firefighters will soon receive $8.7 million in funding for a crew-cab protection program.

Authorities say deteriorating conditions at some EDs are putting patients’ health and safety at risk.

Researchers have analysed millions of Medicare claims to gain insights into Australian general practice.

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