Western Australian Government departments are continuing on their warpath towards budgetary savings, this time hacking away at the health sector’s IT spending.

The South Australian Opposition says that an educator, not an enforcer should run the state’s schools.

Last year the ACT Legislative Assembly sat for the least amount of time since 1989, and there is plenty of speculation over why that was.

Protections have been put in place to cover over 90 per cent of dwellings from any new coal seam gas activity in New South Wales.

Australia’s DNA database for police investigation is being expanded so it can help plot family lines after crime and disasters.

Australia’s Minister for Industry has visited the site at the centre of a beloved Australian industry.

A fist has allegedly been thrown across the levels of Tasmanian Government - with a regional councillor accusing the Deputy Premier of punching him in the face.

Queensland’s crackdown on motorcycle gangs has seen bounties offered, security enhanced and now the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) brought in to help.

An Environmental Law Professor is adding to the academic outcry since the new Federal Environment Department was formed, saying attempts to reduce environmental approvals will not help cut emissions.

Reports say there could be a massive bill for no real gain from Sydney’s privatised desalination plant, which currently sits idle.

Farmers in rural Queensland are hoping half a million dollars will be enough to get a handle on the devastation caused by feral pigs.

Greens member Scott Ludlam has lost his seat in Western Australia, calling for a recount after a closely fought poll for the Senate.

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