The ACCC has reversed its view on a gas reservation policy to control prices.

Tasmania's Custodial Inspector has warned the state's prison system is underfunded and approaching crisis.

An inquiry has found “systemic failures” in Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC).

Australia's largest native title settlement has been officially accepted for registration in WA.

Nurses have called off planned industrial action in South Australia.

A safety inquiry has exposed serious flaws in how the ACT Education Directorate handled incidents of violence against teachers.

SafeWork SA has apologised over a failed prosecution.

The ACT is refusing to sign on to a new school funding deal without more detail.

The Northern Territory Government has been criticised over plans to put police in schools.

Mathias Cormann has made his first speech on the public service since the portfolio was added to his finance responsibilities.

A review into religious protections has recommended schools be able to continue to discriminate on sexual orientation.

The United Firefighters Union (UFU) has pulled out of the Victorian Trades Hall Council amid bullying claims.

The WA Government has announced plans to sell the state-owned TAB for up to $500 million.

An inquiry has found Goulburn-Murray Water boss Patrick Lennon wrongly spent thousands of dollars of public funds.

Queensland's public service is hiring more men than women to executive ranks, despite a push for gender equality.

The NSW Resources Regulator has kicked off Safe Work Month with its annual Health and Safety at Small Mines Roadshow.

Rising power bills and bad customer service are the main drivers of a rise in complaints about electricity providers in Queensland.

The Victorian Government has launched new rules for testing wind turbine noise.

A committee of former judges and corruption fighters has launched plans for a national corruption watchdog.

Tasmanian public servants are threatening major strike action over stalled wage negotiations.

The chairman of the MDBA has spoken against the idea of diverting environmental water to drought-affected farmers.

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