Workers at Aboriginal Hostels Limited - the lowest-paid agency in the Commonwealth – have rejected their latest pay offer.

Clive Palmer, the retiring federal MP and chief spender of other people’s money, is suing the administrators of his Queensland Nickel refinery in Townsville for $1.2 billion.

Dual promises mean that whoever wins the next election. Adelaide should get a public transport upgrade.

WA’s Energy Minister says the state’s opposition wants to ruin the coal industry.

Mike Baird has unveiled new council boundaries across Sydney and NSW.

Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi is continuing to defy criticism over her treatment of gifts and travel arrangements.

All tiers of Australian government will have to respond to the rise of driverless cars, experts say.

The New South Wales Government will refund 10 cents for cans and containers under a new recycling scheme.

The final report from South Australia's Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission has been released.

Tasmanian hospital pharmacies will not charge patients, as part of industrial action in the state’s health sector.

Courts have heard that the former secretary of the Victoria Police union was the victim of a campaign to have him sacked.

A major mine expansion in NSW could threaten Sydney's drinking water, a court has been told.

Save the Children has released a new report revealing Australia’s luckiest and toughest places to be a mum.

Giant furnaces at Alinta Energy's Port Augusta power station will fire for the last time today.

Uber has set up a Public Policy Advisory Board to help it navigate the challenges and controversy of its global expansion.

The NSW Government is considering removing the requirement for a registered nurse (RN) to be on duty in nursing homes.

The Federal Government has made a $594 million budget commitment to an inland rail network running from Brisbane to Melbourne.

State governments have given a mixed reading of this week’s Budget, depending largely on the political leaning of their leaders.

Anti-CSG arguments were stoked by recent footage of a river on fire, but experts say the video is not all as it seems.

Moves have been made toward ending the uranium industry in Kakadu.

This week has seen the start of what could be a landmark climate change case in Australia.

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