State energy ministers have given conditional support to the NEG, allowing it to move ahead.

Libraries across NSW are calling for a doubling in State Government funding to ensure their long-term viability.

SA Premier Steven Marshall says a “tough” upcoming state budget is needed to address a $250 million health ...

Environmentalists say new Queensland laws would allow companies to avoid rehabilitating some mine sites.

Queensland police have been accused of failing to have adequate measures to prevent officers wrongfully accessing private personal data.

The Northern Territory says progress is being slowed by excess regional telecommunications reviews.

SA Health says thousands of children's medical test results have been publicly available online for over a decade.

A new survey finds over 70 per cent of Australians want the government to set a high renewable energy target.

Queensland is very close to closing the gap in Indigenous Year 12 completion.

Some SA councillors have been accused of “one of the most serious examples of maladministration” ...

Firefighters are travelling from across the country to learn ancient Aboriginal techniques.

The Northern Territory government will spend almost half-a-billion-dollars to save Jabiru, the tiny mining town inside Kakadu national park.

SA Premier Steven Marshall has defended the $550,000 annual pay cheque of South Australia's new top public servant.

The CPSU is at odds with the CFMEU in NSW.

Soldiers could be deployed to help drought-stricken farmers across the eastern states.

New South Wales ignored an independent panel to approve the expansion of a coal mine, reports say.

The NSW Government is funding the world’s richest greyhound race, a big shift for the state that once tried to ban the sport.

Lawyers say the Queensland Government’s plan to sack the Ipswich City Council could breach fundamental human rights.

Police are investigating both major Victorian political parties.

A two-stage process might be used to get the national energy guarantee (NEG) happening.

The NSW Government is giving all schoolgirls the option of wearing shorts and pants instead of skirts and dresses.

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