An important Northern Territory alcohol treatment program has been placed under special administration.

There has been a mixed reaction from the states to the federal budget, linked largely to the political allegiances of state governments.

WA Premier Mark McGowan has launched a $500,000 review of the state’s public sector.

The Victorian Government is moving amendments to allow police to collect DNA and fingerprints from registered sex offenders without a court order.

The Federal Government could buy a larger stake in the Snowy Hydro scheme in its push for energy security.

Tens of thousands of Adelaide householders and businesses will miss out on compensation payments for last year’s blackouts.

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) says doctors could do more harm than good by interfering in domestic violence cases.

A new report has labelled governance structures at NSW Catholic schools “flawed” and “inadequate”.

The WA CPSU has been accused of not doing enough to protect ...

Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison has ordered an independent inquiry into the carve-up of GST revenue.

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has called for a radical rethink of federal-state relations.

Queensland’s next state election could come down to coal vs. hydro-power.

Salmon producer Tassal has been accused of covering up a major fish kill in Macquarie Harbour.

Some big works will be announced in today’s Victorian state budget.

The Tasmanian Government is looking to cap the wholesale power price for 12 months.

The Victorian Government is spending $81 million on an extra 30 drug rehabilitation beds.

The Queensland Government insists that medical student places at the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital will not go to international students.

The Queensland Government says it will start drug testing parents whose children come into state care.

A public sector veteran has been announced as South Australia’s new chief information security officer.

Queensland’s new public sector payroll system is on the way.

The Federal Government’s attempts to push the public service into regional cities will not work, the Grattan Institute says.

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