The AMA says doctors are being “muzzled” in the public system.

Victorian taxpayers will cover more election campaign costs after a donations shakeup announced this week.

Labor and the Coalition appear to have reached agreement on proposed MDBP amendments.

NT WorkSafe has charged a government department over the death of a Darwin musician.

Over 1,000 Queensland businesses have been “illegally overcharged” by Ergon.

New South Wales has called for NAPLAN testing to be scrapped.

A royal commissioner has questioned the legality of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

Queensland will pay $30 million to settle a class action over the 2004 Palm Island riots ...

It has cost over $15 million to get rid of some of WA’s highest paid bureaucrats.

The Tasmanian Government has given up its plan to take over TasWater.

Queensland has become the third state to commit to a national redress scheme for survivors of sexual abuse in government-run institutions.

An expansion of waste-to-energy projects is on the way, but experts say we cannot burn out problems away.

The new Gonski report says Australia's school curriculum should be changed to focus to individual student achievements.

New South Wales paramedics face dozens of assaults each year ...

Local government lobbies say China’s ban on imports of recyclable waste should be used as an opportunity for change.

All aged-care homes have been instructed to offer their staff a flu vaccination.

The Victorian Government says it will pay people to find better power deals, in a plan the Opposition has labelled a “bribe”.

The NT Government has announced it will lift its moratorium on fracking, triggering almost immediate protests.

The Queensland Government is keeping facial recognition software installed for the Commonwealth Games in place, but will not say when it will be used.

The SA Government has announced Christopher McGowan will take over the lead role at SA Health.

All Australian states are now offering free flu jabs to children under five, with South Australia becoming the last to get on board.

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