Lawyers are preparing a massive class action against two of Queensland's largest electricity generators.

The SA Government says it will send a locally manufactured satellite into orbit.

The Victorian government is hiring thousands of public school tutors to help kids who fell behind while learning from home.

A drop in Australia's unemployment level has been taken as an early sign of economic recovery.

The South Australian Government has approved drilling on a sacred Aboriginal site.

Most Victorian hunters cannot identify the type of ducks they are allowed to shoot.

Millions are being poured into the Victorian recycling sector.

The NT government has announced details of its $64 million child protection system overhaul.

The ACCC has released a report saying Northern Australian communities need more affordable insurance.

Concern has been raised about a $120,000 pay rise for the new CEO of embattled NSW insurer icare.

The new general secretary of Tasmania's public sector union has taken her position.

NSW’s Minister for Local Government has revealed that 'Bella' is the most popular dog name in NSW for 2020.

Gender parity has been achieved across most of the public sector's graduate programs.

The SA Government has extended and expanded a major energy efficiency scheme.

The Tasmanian Government has announced a radio network overhaul worth $567 million.

SA Health has released its report into the deaths of four babies at the Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide.

Consultation is open on a new scheme designed to help licences apply across state lines.

Some WA iron ore exports will face new charges aimed at mitigating dust pollution problems.

Authorities claim the River Murray will continue to flow at maximum capacity over summer to meet demand for water through the system.

Nyrstar’s Port Pirie smelter is cutting its lead emissions, but is still likely to breach limits set in its new licence.

Planning has begun for a massive 500MW battery west of Sydney.

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