At least 19 former hydro workers in Tasmania claim exposure to dangerous chemicals has left them with chronic health conditions.

A new deal has been signed for the construction of a 50MW/200MWh battery storage system in South Australia.

The Tasmanian health union says jobs are becoming “impossible to fill”.

Government funding to private schools has grown by far more than public schools over the decade to 2017.

South Australia’s giant Tesla battery has delivered a $22 million profit in its first full year of operation.

San Francisco's local government has voted to ban facial recognition software.

WaterNSW has called for a curb on mining for two big coal mines in Sydney's catchment.

Concern has been raised about children being “held like caged animals” in police watch houses ...

Experts say Australia is in a STEM teaching crisis.

A plan has been put forth to re-regulate South Australia’s energy sector.

A dedicated electoral roll has opened for Aboriginal Victorians to help guide future treaty negotiations.

A new study suggests prison sentences do not significantly reduce rates of future violent crime.

The Queensland government is seeking a further review of Adani’s groundwater plans.

A new robot is monitoring environmental water quality in Queensland.

Tasmanian teachers could be the first to end a year-long stalemate with the Tasmanian Government over pay and conditions.

The Northern Territory government says its budget will put the brakes on nearly two decades of expenditure growth.

A WA Police Force employee has been accused of selling information she unlawfully accessed from work computer systems.

A new report warns climate change is a major threat to Australia’s financial stability, and poses substantial systemic economic risks.

SA taxpayers have paid almost $20 million for bullying, harassment and fatigue at state hospitals.

Reports say police face-matching software used during the Commonwealth Games was rushed and ineffective.

The Bureau of Meteorology is working to revolutionise weather forecasting in WA.

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