The ALP says it would like to reduce regulations on major projects.

Funding has been provided for 21 new mobile phone towers in NSW regional areas.

Victoria’s workplace manslaughter laws have come into effect.

NSW’s environment minister has approved a new coal mine amid local opposition and a plunging coal price.

The New South Wales government is seeking feedback on its new cyber security strategy.

Public sector experts are being sent to Victoria to assist with the state’s rising number of COVID-19 cases.

Former bureaucrat Adam Fennessy will be Victoria’s next public sector commissioner.

Murray-Darling ministers are commissioning a study into ways of increasing the capacity of the Barmah Choke.

Federal approval has been announced for the Snowy 2.0 project.

A five-year fight over excess water in WA has been settled.

SafeWork NSW has launched a construction compliance blitz.

WA authorities are working on a new code of practice covering violence and aggression at work.

SA Health says two cases of a dangerous bacteria recently detected in babies are not related.

The NT Government has scrapped a program that would have prevented some patients from having to travel interstate for heart surgery.

An Adelaide nurse has been found to have administered wrong the vaccines to children and doctored records.

Rio Tinto has launched a review into how it destroyed two sacred Aboriginal sites.

Australia will soon be home to half of the most sensitive telescope ever.

Experts have proposed changing the Closing the Gap measures.

New research shows Australian companies do better when they have more women in leadership.

Australia’s chief scientist says the nation must do more to lift energy efficiency.

Researchers say the world is experiencing its sixth mass extinction.

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