Religious schools in Victoria are losing the right to sack LGBTQ staff.

Indigenous organisations say there has been little progress on the NT government’s self-determination program.

Questions are being asked about the requirements of South Australia’s specialist workers’ quarantine system.

NSW councils are campaigning against a shake-up of developer levies.

Tasmania's water quality is under pressure from climate change, agriculture and other industries.

New fracking exploration in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin could begin within days, with federal funding spurring it along.

Tech experts say Australia is heading for a patchwork vaccine passport system that may not meet international standards.

The competition regulator has accused port operators of price-gouging.

Experts say sepsis costs Australia billions of dollars a year.

Legal experts have slammed new driving laws in South Australia.

The WA Government has moved to protect the state's native forests from 2024.

The Queensland Government’s water utility has won an appeal against a 2011 flood damages ruling.

A court has been urged to impose jail time on two former NSW Labor MPs.

Conservationists are concerned about NSW Government plans to drop 1080 poison baits in the Sydney water catchment area.

The Federal Government is paying taxpayer money to oil and gas companies to open up the NT’s Beetaloo Basin, despite legal issues.

A NSW engineer is being investigated over apartment “structural issues” in a first for the state.

A new deal will see VicTrack swap its fibre network with Aussie Broadband.

Australia’s major population centres have given hints of what the future “vaccine economy” will look like.

NSW authorities are working to run wastewater treatment on solar power.

Authorities are warning the SA’s health system is under serious strain, and may not cope with a COVID-19 outbreak.

An internal review has savaged the WA Liberals’ election performance.

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