South Australia is planning to build the world’s largest solar thermal plant.

The federal government has been petitioned by both the public and private sectors to improve access to each other’s data.

Conservationists have decried NSW’s shark nets after it was revealed they caught a number of protected species.

Plans for savage education cuts in WA have been ditched.

Suspended Queensland chief scientist Suzanne Miller has been charged with 31 additional fraud offences.

TAFE SA has stopped trying to block the release of an ombudsman's investigation ...

A survey of the federal public sector has found 5 per cent have seen some kind of misconduct.

A leading constitutional lawyer has been appointed to lead the SA Government’s royal commission into the use of Murray-Darling Basin water.

The Northern Territory EPA has recommended the approval of a $900 million rare earths mine.

Victorian fire authorities are using virtual reality to encourage disaster preparedness.

Even without the Queensland's rejection, Adani's $1 billion NAIF loan is unlikely to be approved.

NT chief minister Adam Giles has been slammed for his lack of cooperation in an inquiry he launched.

The WA Government has outlined more public sector jobs cuts, with about 410 positions including child protection officers to go.

A new survey finds most Australians want a federal ICAC.

PM&C chief Martin Parkinson wants public service leaders to hold a national survey of Australian views of government service delivery.

The WA Government has announced $64 million worth of education spending cuts.

The Defence Department is continuing to respond to PFAS contamination near old RAAF bases.

The NT Government’s fracking inquiry has handed down a preliminary report that includes a call to protect groundwater resources.

Victoria’s corruption watchdog has found evidence of a $2 million TAFE scam.

NSW is making sure pregnant woman are not discriminated against, but ...

Adani has secured a mine access deal with traditional owners.

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