There is a type of small Australian lizard that sits in an interesting evolutionary middle ground.

Scott Morrison gave a vague address about cyber-security last week, and now experts have fleshed out his message.

New figures suggest Australia’s big money COVID-19 responses will not require serious austerity to repay.

South Australia's police union wants to change the definition of a death in custody.

A branch-stacking scandal has prompted the departure of three Victorian MPs, and is reaching the federal ALP too.

New reports say big investors are making a killing on water.

The SA Government says household water bills will be slashed to ease coronavirus pressures.

A timeline has been set for the approval of the Santos Narrabri gas project.

Jail terms have been handed down in the first prosecution under Queensland's new industrial manslaughter laws.

Experts say air pollution threatens brain health.

South Australia will be the site of Australia’s space mission control, forming the heart of the nation’s first space hub.

Microsoft says it is holding off on selling facial recognition to US police departments.

The former boss of Australia's largest public hospital service will face corruption charges in Queensland.

A NSW Government department has defended a $1.2 million bill for indoor plants.

WA Attorney-General John Quigley has been accused of providing “false and misleading information” to Parliament.

Scientists say shark nets should be replaced by drumlines in Queensland.

Traditional owners and environmentalists are disrupting logging in Gippsland and Central Highlands.

The NSW Government has voted down a bill to temporarily stop coal seam gas activity.

Experts say the overlooked “human factor” in water management rules can have serious consequences.

A new survey has revealed significant concern about unsafe school crossings.

Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt says no Aboriginal site should ever be damaged by mining, but another could be on the block.

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