Experts say NSW Police has a major problem with domestic violence perpetrators in its ranks.

Queensland has scrapped annual public reporting of year 12 results in league tables.

South Australia's Judicial Conduct Commissioner wants details of inappropriate conduct within the legal profession.

A $16 million government scheme has been created for victims of loose-fill asbestos.

Aggressive and violent parents may be banned from entering school grounds under a new Victorian government bill.

Various groups are calling on the Federal Government to support more onshore quarantine facilities.

SA’s privacy watchdog has found it is “probable” the government did not facilitate unauthorised collection of personal data.

Federal and state Murray-Darling Basin water ministers have agreed to a 2024 deadline for new water-saving projects.

Administrators have found millions of dollars is missing from one of Australia’s most prominent Indigenous corporations.

The NSW Government is planning Australia’s longest road tunnel.

AEMO has issued its third State of the System update.

Locals have rejected the Federal Government’s plan to build a new gas-fired power station.

The NSW government will release the source code underpinning its iVote system before the next election.

The Victorian Government has announced a $3,000 subsidy for electric vehicle purchases.

ACARA has proposed a new national curriculum with a reduced focus on Australia’s ‘Christian heritage’.

Crown Casino in Melbourne has been fined $1 million over its junket operations.

A report has highlighted ACT Policing’s ‘cavalier’ approach to accessing telecommunications data.

A former PM has called for the Darwin Port lease to a Chinese company to be reviewed.

Advocates say Queensland's housing ‘crisis’ will cost around $4.1 billion to fix.

A Victorian MP is pushing for the state government to stop using 1080 poison.

The Prime Minister says a military build-up in NT is not a message to China, but has backed claims about war with the global giant.

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