The Federal Government has knocked back Labor's proposal for a federal corruption watchdog.

By-elections could become bygones under proposed NSW government vote counting changes.

The effects of capping public sector wages could spread to all workers, Unions Tasmania says.

Victoria could put attacks on emergency service workers in the same category as murder and rape.

Expanding Australia’s permanent migration program could bring a big boost for regional communities.

The Defence Department says it will widen its probe into the spread of PFAS chemicals in Adelaide.

A taskforce has found as many as 12,000 Queensland buildings could contain flammable cladding.

Victoria may start prosecuting practitioners of so-called “gay conversion therapy”.

The Northern Territory has extended a moratorium on seabed mining.

Victoria has released new oil and gas reserves for exploration off the west coast.

A fish farm has become just the second project to be offered a NAIF loan.

The Victorian Government is considering new measures to protect paramedics.

An investigation has revealed details of the conduct of Queensland's former electoral commissioner, Walter van der Merwe.

The SA Government says it may be forced to sell off the state's Motor Vehicle Registry.

SafeWork SA will face a public inquiry into its practices, policies and procedures following several serious complaints.

Territory Labor delegates have voted in favour of a ban on fracking.

The WA Government says it wants to position the state at the centre of the booming lithium industry.

An inquiry has been launched into concerns that a Chinese program in NSW schools could expose students to propaganda.

The Federal Budget has made the school chaplains program permanent.

An infrastructure lobby says the “big spending” infrastructure budget will actually see a reduction of about $2 billion.

Queensland Parliament has passed a bill to limit land-clearing.

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