New laws have stimulated Queensland’s green energy industry.

South Australia's electricity distributor has agreed to about 75,000 customers after lengthy blackouts last year.

An Auslan curriculum will soon be rolled out in Australian schools.

This week has brought both praise and condemnation for the Federal Government’s cashless welfare card.

All South Australian Government residential care workers will soon undergo psychological testing.

Victoria’s Metro Trains has been charged by the state’s transport safety authority for breaching safety obligations.

Conservationists are celebrating legal action that led the federal environment minister to stop Santos dumping coal seam gas waste water in the Surat Basin.

Ratings for the cost of servicing Victoria’s billions of dollars of desalination debt are being reviewed.

The NSW Government has moved to defend a sponsored trial of ‘free’ wi-fi on buses.

Experts have warned of looming health risks from the decommissioned Port Augusta power station.

Adelaide’s high-speed academic internet system will be expanded this year.

The South Australian Government will spend $20 million on more trams and a new 100-metre line.

New laws may prevent reporting on council corruption in Queensland.

Former NSW Labor minister Eddie Obeid has been sentenced to five years' jail, with no parole for three years.

Victoria’s anti-corruption commission says drug use is a “widespread and serious problem”.

Advocates are pushing to line up the Northern Territory’s abortion laws with the rest of the country.

Businesses, academics and experts want nuclear waste dump talks to stay active.

The energy regulator has backed billions of dollars worth of infrastructure upgrades.

The first meetings on the constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people start this week.

Two states’ police forces are in line for upgrades.

SA Premier Jay Weatherill wants the states to set up an emissions-trading system without the Federal Government.

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