A new program is being installed throughout New South Wales which will see public sectors combine and share IT resources to streamline the government’s technological capability.

A former power station worker diagnosed with deadly mesothelioma will be paid compensation for his exposure to asbestos.

An audit into the Victorian Police program meant to distribute proceeds of crime to victims has found a number of operational shortcomings leave it woefully ineffective.

The Australian Energy Regulator says there could be benefits to several states if key infrastructure is upgraded.

Three Queensland MPs have thrown their support behind continuing sand-mining operations on North Stradbroke Island despite widespread environmental and cultural opposition.

Government authorities in Western Australia have begun surveying outside the Ord irrigation area in the Kimberly region – looking to see if the environment could sustain thousands of hectares of new farming operations.

It is Freight Week in Victoria this week; the annual event seeks to celebrate and draw attention to the state’s vital transport industry, and the thousands of workers it comprises.

The New South Wales Government is undertaking a crack-down on service stations which fail to advertise the full price of fuel.

A Canberra public servant has been awarded more payouts after she fell off a chair at work in 2002.

The Queensland Health Minister says nobody should be alarmed at revelations of Legionella bacteria at nearly half the state’s hospitals.

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulators committee has welcomed a representative from The South Australian Road Transport Association to a seat at its table.

A broad range of findings have been levelled against former New South Wales Resources Minister Ian Macdonald, accusing him of thwarting proper process to do favours for his friends in the mining industry.

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