South Australia has launched a state royal commission into water theft.

The Victorian Government has unveiled the route for Melbourne's $16.5 billion ‘missing road link’.

NT's Labor Government says it will have an anti-corruption commission up and running next year.

The NT Government has announced a push for a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030.

Tasmanian unions and workers are outraged that cancer compensation laws to not extend to Parks and Wildlife firefighters.

Doctors have joined a push to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14 years old.

The Federal Government has managed to keep its latest energy policy alive.

Tesla has completed construction on what is described as the world's most powerful lithium ion battery.

Tasmania’s auditor-general has reported on conflicts of interest and “jobs for mates” in the state’s public sector.

The Victorian Government is looking at tough new laws to terror-proof Melbourne.

More job cuts have been announced at WA Police, while talks continue on a new pay offer.

A joint letter from 16 groups across the political and social spectrum has called for immediate action on the National Energy Guarantee.

The SA Government says it will not sign off on any changes to the Murray Darling Basin Plan, leading the Federal Government to accuse it of playing “petty politics”.

Experts say governments should not be afraid to sue tobacco companies for their enormous cost to health systems.

NSW Labor wants state government agencies to report any data breaches.

The NSW Education Standards Authority has delivered a scathing report on the compliance of three alternative schools.

Former NSW premier Mike Baird was paid close to $900,000 for his first five months of work at NAB.

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has proposed amendments to the Murray–Darling Basin Plan.

A major piece of Australian astronomical research infrastructure is now ten times more powerful.

Both sides of SA Parliament are coming together to convince the Federal Government to split the water and agriculture portfolios.

Tasmania’s Auditor-General has released an assessment of the state’s water and sewerage management.

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