Complaints about suspected illegal land clearing have increased in NSW.

The NT Government has launched a six-month independent review of NT WorkSafe.

New analysis shows Australia reached a 19 per cent share renewable energy in the year to June 30.

Huawei has secured a $136 million telecommunications contract from the WA Government, despite security concerns.

Adani could be ordered to cease work near its Abbot Point coal terminal and planned rail corridor, after traditional owners applied to protect sacred sites.

Insiders say WA’s Landgate has already lost a lot of staff.

The Federal Government is pushing a new model for carving up GST.

There are calls this week for the Commonwealth to intervene on controversial brumby culling plans.

SunWater has been confirmed as the proponent for the $352 million Rookwood Weir project in Queensland.

Two leading South Australian hospitals have been put on notice to fix concerning workloads and their "lacking and unsettling" governance structure for interns.

A construction industry safety blitz in NSW has revealed widespread safety failures.

The CFMMEU is hoping to use the Fair Work Act to scrap conditions for the $2.8 billion Sydney Metro Project.

Tasmanian voters that applied for an express vote have been caught in a data breach.

The likelihood of Indigenous Australians having two or more chronic health conditions is 2.6 times higher than for non-Indigenous Australians.

The Victorian Government has sold its share in Snowy Hydro to the Federal Government.

Hobart’s Lord Mayor has been forced to defend his role after criticising a major money-maker for Tasmania.

New reforms have been tabled that would make it easier to call in the military.

The WA Government says it will commercialise part of its land titles register.

The NSW Government says it cannot ban toxic PFAS chemicals.

An audit has found that the Queensland Government is “maximising” its efforts to improve the health of the Great Barrier Reef.

A scientist has accused the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) of “interfering” with his work.

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