Victorian taxpayers will pay for rectification works on buildings with dangerous combustible cladding.

A First Nations-owned renewable energy project in north-east Victoria is moving ahead.

Industry-run water efficiency projects are being audited, the Government claims.

SA's Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has been found to have committed maladministration.

The Queensland Government has agreed to pay a $190 million settlement over unpaid wages.

The recycling industry wants to kickstart the domestic market to reduce the reliance on Asian countries.

A Victorian indigenous site older than the pyramids, the Acropolis and Stonehenge has won World Heritage status.

A patient bringing a loaded gun into the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is the latest in what one union says is an escalating rate of violence.

Victoria is tightening access to water from the Murray River, and wants other states to do the same.

An analysis has found that some states are well on the way to meeting their renewable energy commitments.

Queensland foreign-owned companies are concerned about a new State tax.

Crisis talks have been called after the death of a worker in a Queensland coal mine.

South Australia's Mining Act reform has passed the Lower House despite four Liberal MPs crossing the floor to vote against it.

MIT has announced plans to set up a new research centre in Adelaide's Lot Fourteen CBD innovation precinct.

The Victorian Government has been criticised over plans to collect data from mobile phones.

The Morrison government has introduced a bill to make deregistering unions and disqualifying officials easier.

A senior Victorian policeman faces charges of leaking information this week.

The South Australian Government says it will privatise Adelaide's train and tram services.

The NSW Government has reduced access to water in order to preserve supplies for critical needs.

Queensland drivers using their mobile phones may soon face a $1,000 fine.

Former staff from of Tasmania’s state-owned utility company want compensation for exposure to dangerous chemicals.

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