The Victorian Government has gained opposition support for a permanent ban on fracking.

Queensland Transport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe has resigned after a review of a driver shortage and timetable failures...

WorkSafe Victoria has become a major sponsor of the Melbourne Victory soccer club.

The South Australian Liberal Party is splitting from the Federal Government’s stance on unconventional gas extraction.

The Queensland Land Court is re-opening the case involving the expansion of the New Acland mine.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has plugged ‘clean’ coal power stations as a key part of the country’s future.

Funding has run out for Tasmania’s palliative care peak body.

The ANF has backed nurses refusing to move to the Perth Children's Hospital until lead contamination has been sorted.

Queensland Police insiders say reports have been manipulated to reduce crime rates.

A shakeup is occurring at SA's new Child Protection Department.

South Australian irrigators say politicians are keen to spruik environmental benefits on the Murray River, but no one is talking about the negatives.

The Northern Territory Government has a Federal Government "priority" irrigation projects to the side.

WA households and businesses are getting into solar at a record rate.

Both sides of Queensland politics are fighting to stop the compulsory acquisition of agricultural land for an army training ground.

New NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has dumped senior MPs in favour of fresh blood.

South Australia’s Chief Scientist wants to keep nuclear power alive in discussions about long-term energy supply.

People with first aid skills could soon become first responders on triple-0 emergencies, with a new app being developed by Ambulance Victoria.

Western Australia will soon become the first state to offer free meningococcal vaccinations for teenagers aged 15 to 19.

Alcohol campaigners want political donations from booze lobbies banned.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has discussed energy security with business leaders in the SA city of Port Lincoln.

The ACT Government is looking at changing its long-standing ‘no billboards’ rule.

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