WA’s power utility has been fined $75,000 over an error.

Leaders have voted to scrap the COAG model, but local government says it has been left out.

The High Court has ruled that the tear-gassing of four teenagers in Darwin's Don Dale Youth Detention Centre was unlawful.

Contractors have been jailed over fraud involving a WA health service.

Communities along the Murray-Darling Basin are calling for the urgent buyback of water.

After two months of more people working from home water system data shows weekday sleep-ins are the new norm.

The federal court has ruled VicForests breached threatened species laws in a central highlands logging scheme.

A Victorian public servant has been found to have directed millions of dollars of work to his own company.

The ACT government is looking to ban waste incineration for energy production.

The bushfire royal commission has been given an indication of the enormous toll on public health.

A relatively simple ICT issue has emerged as a major problem in Australia bushfire response.

AEMO says that if the right measures are taken, Australia’s energy grid could support up to 75 per cent renewable energy.

Economists want those on the medical front line to be rewarded with increased wages.

Tasmania should soon have real-time, mandatory fuel-price reporting.

Two months of remote learning could lead to long-term changes to Victoria's education system.

A review of a $448 million Victorian Government family violence package has found it fairly ineffective.

A new report says Australia should abandon its dream of having a high-speed, east coast rail service.

An inquiry has found concrete used in the construction of Queensland’s Paradise Dam may have been “intrinsically incapable” of meeting design standards.

The NT Government has proposed building an army to fight a vicious invasive weed.

WaterNSW has signed a deal with a new dam-building partner.

Changed FIFO conditions are allowing significant parts of the WA resources sector to continue operating.

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