Tasmania’s Integrity Commissioner says the state must greatly improve the way it handles misconduct.

The WA Education Department is cutting almost 200 positions from its central and regional offices.

An internal review by WA Police has seen its Frontline 2020 policy dumped.

Western Australia’s water utilities are charging more for water than it costs them to provide.

A scathing review has called for MDB water meters to be upgraded.

A scathing audit of TAFE SA has revealed substandard courses and led to calls for management to resign.

South Australia has passed new safety laws for nurses and other health professionals.

The world's largest lithium ion battery has been switched on in South Australia.

Victoria has passed its voluntary assisted dying bill, making euthanasia legal from 2019.

Victoria’s auditor-general says the state's IT recovery systems are not good enough, and could fail under attack.

Leases have been signed at what could be the site of Australia's first commercial space centre.

South Australia has launched a state royal commission into water theft.

Tasmania's bid to take over TasWater has been defeated in the Upper House.

The Victorian Government has unveiled the route for Melbourne's $16.5 billion ‘missing road link’.

NT's Labor Government says it will have an anti-corruption commission up and running next year.

The NT Government has announced a push for a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030.

Tasmanian unions and workers are outraged that cancer compensation laws to not extend to Parks and Wildlife firefighters.

Doctors have joined a push to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14 years old.

The Federal Government has managed to keep its latest energy policy alive.

Tesla has completed construction on what is described as the world's most powerful lithium ion battery.

Tasmania’s auditor-general has reported on conflicts of interest and “jobs for mates” in the state’s public sector.

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