The Tasmanian Government has outlined the size of its public sector cuts, and expressed “regret” that so many will be sacked.

West Australian mental health authorities say politicians should not decide the freedom of mentally impaired people.

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has been hampered in his mission to place people in top-level anti-corruption roles.

The South Australian Government has tightened the rules for MP’s, lobbies and political donations.

Major banks say they are not keen on Queensland coal port expansions, which are also the subject of a damning scientists’ report.

News Limited has published a resignation letter from the former CEO of South Australia’s water regulator.

The WA Conservation Council has been slammed for a full-page advertisement that claimed CSG ‘fracking’ puts water supplies at risk.

The Federal Government has put up $1 billion to help asbestos-affected families in the ACT.

A secret deal for the Western Australian Government to get a slice of Brookfield Rail’s grain profits has been revealed.

A former Palmer United Party candidate has the party for alleged attempts to gain political leverage for the party leader’s mining interests.

New Queensland Health software could kill within a month, a report says.

On the 100 year anniversary of Hydro Tasmania, the Great Lakes power scheme has been awarded heritage listing.

The West Australian Government has finally released details of planned council mergers, but the Local Government Association says it is just the start.

A stand-off over wages continues in the Tasmanian public sector, and the Government is also being accused of trying to water-down an important anti-corruption office.

The New South Wales Government has backed down on a proposal to slash the amount that can be spent on political advertising.

State and federal governments have put up $350 million for big water projects in New South Wales.

Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has released a green paper on agricultural competitiveness, listing 27 dams and irrigation projects that may warrant Commonwealth involvement.

The Victorian Government has put up an interactive online map for plotting mining and exploration leases.

The Australia Institute (TAI) has fired another shot at the coal industry, in its quest to turn the Australian public against the old energy industry.

As the Queensland Government looks to get on the asset recycling wagon, the ACCC says it will be watching.

Reports say Victoria's corruption watchdog has been running a secret investigation over a botched $180 million schools computer project.

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