The Federal Government has blamed the states for the slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.

Political donations appear to have influenced the outcome of a development application in WA.

Santos says it is getting the money together to develop a major new gas field off the coast of Darwin.

The Victorian Government has rejected plans for a 300-metre-long floating gas terminal off the Mornington Peninsula.

The Queensland Public Trustee has been criticised for its high fees and charges, but denies profiting from clients.

Developers say that a high-tech ICU monitoring tool saved lives in Victoria’s COVID-19 second wave.

There is concern that budget cuts will let corruption reign in NSW.

Nationals MP Michael Johnsen has resigned as parliamentary secretary after a rape allegation was aired in parliament.

Traditional Owners and scientists are meeting to form a First People’s-led response to climate change.

The NSW corruption watchdog has found former council staff and councillors have engaged in serious corrupt conduct.

An audit has labelled the state department Service Victoria a “missed opportunity”.

Experts have slammed building regulations that ignore major flood zones.

Sydney Water has been convicted and fined for a significant sewage spill.

New pollution limits have been imposed on Victorian power stations, but greenhouses gases will not be limited.

The NSW Government has named the members of its inaugural AI committee.

SA authorities have remotely switched off thousands of household solar panels, using its new powers for the first time.

Victoria is planning a per-kilometre road tax for electric vehicle users.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has launched a ‘secret’ review into state parliament’s sexual assault complaints process.

A former Liberal staffer has resigned after accusations of sexist behaviour.

A review has found Australia’s beach safety programs are not being evaluated.

Researchers say water hoarding and and speculation are not driving price rises in the Murray-Darling Basin.

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