NSW and Sydney rail workers have been offered a new pay deal.

An audit has found New South Wales schools have a maintenance backlog of over $500 million.

A barrister who worked with the NSW ICAC has savaged Tasmania’s corruption watchdog.

Environmentalists have accused the NT Government and Origin Energy of misleading a hydraulic fracturing inquiry.

Labor says it will join with the Greens to block planned changes to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

New laws have passed that will allow the Northern Territory to set up its own ICAC.

The ACT Government is designing measures to boost workplace security, compliance and ethical standards.

South Australian consumers have slammed McDonald’s.

Leaked “cabinet-in-confidence” reportedly show the NSW Government is considering additional road tolls to pay for the final stage of its WestConnex motorway.

The Federal Government appears to have ruled out NAIF funding for a rail line to Adani’s Carmichael coal mine.

The SA Government has announced plans to connect 50,000 homes to form a virtual power plant.

State and territory governments are pushing the federal government to fund education for three-year-olds.

Tasmania’s public sector union says the location of government departments should not be decided by politicians.

It turns out Sydney’s jokingly named Ferry McFerryface was picked by the transport minister, not the public.

The Australia Institute has warned that the right to strike is “nearly extinct”.

The Australia Institute says declining wages could be linked to a large drop in private sector EBAs.

The ACTU says Fair Work’s intervention in the Sydney train strikes shows the right to strike is “nearly dead”.

The SA Government’s policy to fine hospitals that exceed waiting time target has been criticised by the state’s mental health watchdog.

The Education Council has announced “robo-marking” will not be used to assess NAPLAN tests.

A mine rehab expert has questioned the findings of NT’s fracking review.

A new report has found most Tasmanian child protection notifications are not investigated for at least 29 days.

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