SA’s Liberal Government is trying to claw back over $291 million offered to Nyrstar by the former Labor government.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has issued warnings about the coming summer.

Questions are being asked about the credibility of the Queensland government’s poll to change the name of the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital.

Japanese gas giant Inpex will pay Darwin's Larrakia people $24 million over the 40-year lifespan of the Ichthys LNG project.

Public health advocates are concerned about the closure of sexual health clinics during a syphilis outbreak in Adelaide.

South Australia has signed up to the Federal Government's new schools funding agreement.

The number of strip searches in NSW has doubled in a year, concerning legal rights advocates.

Groote Eylandt has signed a multi-million-dollar deal for local control over services.

Federal parliament has passed changes to the GST distribution system.

Victoria's police union says officers should be better equipped to stop deadly car attacks.

The Climate Council says the severe drought gripping much of Australia has been exacerbated by climate change.

A new research partnership will see vast amounts of WA agricultural data collected and analysed to help farmers make more informed decisions.

Victoria has released its MoU with Beijing over the controversial One Belt One Road initiative.

Anglican schools are pushing to keep discriminating on the basis of sexuality.

Tasmania’s public sector industrial dispute looks to be worsening.

Armed police officers have stormed the Don Dale Youth Detention Centre in the NT.

The New South Wales Government has announced a new $712 million fund for public schools.

The NSW Government has pegged stamp duty to the rate of inflation, something it says will provide a “fairer deal” for future homebuyers.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews should have involved him before signing a major deal with China.

Adani has bypassed the need for a full environmental impact assessment, against governmental advice.

The Victorian Government wants to create hundreds of new jobs by bringing electric vehicle manufacturing to the region.

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