Victoria is on track to become the first jurisdiction in Australia to allow euthanasia.

Public hospital doctors in South Australia have walked off the job amid a dispute with the state government over pay and conditions.

A large-scale review has found the NDIS will be rolled out late, and could rely on foreign workers.

Union members have overwhelmingly rejected the NT Police’s EBA offer.

While the Federal Government continues its decentralisation push, over 1,800 staff have been cut in regional areas.

The Federal Government has ordered assessments of a plan to allow four-wheel-drive tracks along Tasmania’s heritage-listed north-west coast.

Victoria is on the verge of achieving the ‘holy grail’ of 95 per cent immunisation.

Queensland has introduced legislation to ban donations to local and state politicians from property developers, but not unions.

The WA Government could give private companies access to the state’s land sales data in an effort to repair the budget.

Adani says it will soon start work on a rail link for its Carmichael coal mine, despite needing billions in finance.

There is a standoff occurring over the cost of mitigating last year’s energy crisis in Tasmania.

The NSW Government will introduce new legislation to get around a land court ruling and keep the Springvale mine open.

The NSW Government is considering high-tech triple-0 service upgrades, but there are privacy concerns already.

The Productivity Commission has recommended some tweaks to the GST formula, but ...

South Australia has launched a new centre dedicated to training public sector ...

Federal emissions cuts are being counter-balanced by the costs of Queensland land-clearing.

There has been a mixed response to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority's (MDBA) new water efficiency package.

A leaked letter suggests South Australia used 45 gigalitres of entitlement water as drinking water, rather than for the environment.

The NSW Government has been accused of weakening water laws to favour mining development.

The Snowy River system is about to receive a large top-up, but there are still concerns about its future.

Claims of a disturbing new ‘mass surveillance’ regime have been raised after a COAG ...

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