The discovery of contaminated soil could see over 100 workers on Victoria’s West Gate Tunnel project sacked.

The chairman of Western Australia's state-owned Water Corporation has quit just weeks after he was reappointed to the position.

New reports show hundreds of US police departments are using a face recognition app described as “dystopian”.

Years of plant research have been destroyed by hailstorms in the ACT.

Unions and business want more guidance on bushfire smoke at worksites and offices.

Canberra has agreed to send water to “buy time” for the drought-affected town of Braidwood.

The NSW Government has proposed measures to clamp down on dodgy developers.

The New South Wales government will not provide regional towns with renewably-sourced emergency backup power during disasters ...

The true rate of assault on Northern Territory paramedics has been underreported, insiders say.

The head of New South Wales’ environment agencies has been sacked.

Tasmanian Premier Will Hodgman is resigning.

The SA Government has launched a six-month trial of an on-demand bus service.

An inquest into the murder of a nurse in 2016 could lead to new measures for the safety of medical personnel.

WaterNSW has installed giant screens to clean bushfire ash out of water supplies.

A worker’s death has increased pressure on the Queensland Government to release the findings of ...

A former senior public servant at the centre of a WA corruption scandal is expected to plead guilty ...

New funding will see Victorian police armed with 300 high-powered rifles to help combat terrorist attacks in regional areas.

Some state are refusing to help the Commonwealth review their water-sharing.

A peak welfare group has found power and water is too costly for some in NT.

SA Premier Steven Marshall has allegedly criticised the release of a report into potential health department corruption.

A former Western Power employee is facing dozens of corruption charges.

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