The people tasked with monitoring alcohol sales in the NT will be given guns, tasers and just 12 weeks of training.

A man who was restrained in a spit mask as a teenager in a Brisbane prison is suing the Queensland Government.

Energy Networks Australia says solar rooftop has flooded the network in Queensland.

NSW Parliament has passed a bill to ban protesters from outside abortion clinics.

A vaccination researcher says 'no jab no play' policies could see kids punished for the actions of their parents.

The NSW Government has agreed to release documents about some of its most controversial policies.

Queensland Rail (QR) has spent over $65 million on crew overtime and replacement buses in the last 18 months.

Serious moves to establish a treaty with Aboriginal people are afoot this week.

NSW water authorities say they will not hesitate to take action on irrigators who flout the law.

A list of 14 sites with high potential for pumped hydro energy storage in Tasmania has been released.

British billionaire businessman Sanjeev Gupta is planning a major investment in the city of Whyalla.

The powers of South Australia's workplace safety inspectors puts them at “significant risk of corruption, including bribery and coercion” ...

The RSPCA has warned that the NSW’s Government attempt to protect wild horses from being culled will “veto evidence-based management” of their environmental impact.

The Victorian Government has secured a deal with Latrobe Valley power companies that will see them give the state five years’ notice if they intend to close.

South Australia is reducing its Emergency Services Levy.

The City of Hobart has been offered a new name as an act of reconciliation.

Victoria Police has admitted its officers falsified over 250,000 roadside breath tests over five years.

South Australia's Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Bruce Lander is pushing for more funding.

New South Wales says it will accept all the recommendations of a review of local elections.

Over $1 billion of public money under the Coalition’s Direct Action climate policy is being wiped out by just a few years of forest-clearing, government data suggests.

The SA Government has been criticised for not rolling out stab-proof vests.

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