Queensland energy industry leaders are lining up for what should be a fiery public meeting this week.

The Federal Court has disqualified and fined 5 former directors of Australian Property Custodian Holdings Ltd (APCHL) for breaching their directors’ duties and making an illegal related party payment of more than $30 million.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Mick Gooda has urged the West Australian government to actually consult Aboriginal people in remote communities, before booting them off their land.

Western Australia’s corruption commission has sweetened the deal in its quest to find a new leader.

The head of The Australia Institute says perceived anti-LNP moves on state and federal levels show the party’s approach is not working.

Tasmania has seen its biggest public sector protests in decades, but the union responsible says action will now take a more subtle form.

The South Australian Government has again pledged not to sell SA Water.

Pauline Hanson has re-launched her political party One Nation, and it appears that her number one priority this time is water.

Australia’s first body farm may be one of the least appealing locations for many, but researchers say it will be a dream to have so many corpses in one backyard.

A mesothelioma victim is bringing a landmark legal case against the Commonwealth.

Conflict of interest claims around one state Transport Minister could become politically sticky, an analyst says.

Suggestions for ways to reduce the tragic rate of suicide among fly-in-fly-out workers have been included in a report following a West Australian Parliamentary.

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