Victorian union campaigns for higher teachers’ and nurses’ wages have been reflected in new pay stats.

The WA Government has launched groundwater surveys in the hope of unlocking major new irrigated agriculture sites.

Port Augusta is set to host a new $650 million, 150MW solar thermal power plant.

The Queensland Government has been urged to improve its coal dust monitoring practices.

A review has been launched after a riot broke out in a Tasmanian prison.

The Victorian Supreme Court is testing the validity of forced ‘shock therapy’ laws.

Power companies must relay costs to customers “in plain English”...

WA Health Minister Roger Cook says a new report on lead contamination at the Perth Children's Hospital shows there is still plenty of work to be done.

Victorians pay an average of 21 per cent more than the cheapest price on offer for electricity and gas...

The Royal Hobart Hospital has Tasmania's largest public hospital has been stripped of its accreditation for psychiatry care training.

A controversial bank tax proposal has passed South Australian Parliament's Lower House.

The South Australian Government is moving ahead on a $1.6 billion deal to privatise its Lands Titles Office.

A new report says Australia spends more on prisons and police than most other developed countries.

Tasmania is looking at harsher penalties for people who assault off-duty police officers.

Victoria's regional rail service V/Line is failing to meet performance targets and has an enormous maintenance backlog.

Footage of violence in Indigenous communities has been used in a push to expand the cashless welfare card.

Household recycling is not happening as most people expect, and authorities are scrambling to respond.

The Victorian Government is looking for philanthropic funding for its big heart hospital plans.

A NSW government program mandating the use of E10 ethanol-blended petrol is under fire.

Leading figures in the Australian legal sector have backed online civil courts.

The public sector risks a brain drain in IT if efforts are not made to prevent it.

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