An unprecedented probe into the Queensland Government has been launched, and there is very little that it will not investigate about the current LNP regime.

One MP is pushing his state government to buy dozens of homes insulated with loose-fill asbestos fibres, as the toxic legacy of Mr Fluffy keeps coming back.

Queensland’s Year 12 and university entrance score system may be overhauled, with a new report saying the 22-year-old system no longer makes sense.

Contracts are being signed but still no business case for an $8 billion infrastructure project in Victoria.

West Australian Liberal MPs are distancing themselves from their own party’s plan to slash the number of councils.

The Federal Government has pledged $100 million to boost basic services in remote Aboriginal communities.

The South Australian Government wants to get rid of over 100 government boards and committees, but regional communities say they need many of them to stay.

Federal Government health spending has dropped to a record low, according to new figures.

There are signs of change on proposals which have caused indignation across Tasmania.

Three Queensland researchers have had their work on cutting corruption featured in one of the most authoritative publications in the world.

An aquifer in New South Wales has gone from a total unknown to one of the best-understood in the country.

A speech this week explored the idea that the Northern Territory’s rising prison population has been helping keep the economy in check.

New WA Department of Mines and Petroleum figures show a 20 per cent increase in the state’s total resource industry value from last year.

A Victorian corruption hearing has been told that the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) routinely employs bikies to carry out threats and assaults.

Unions say rampant overcrowding at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) has turned deadly.

A Liberal MP has accused The Greens of trying to bring down a regional university.

A country MP says “a few sheep” does not make the WA Premier a farmer.

The Tasmanian Government is looking to take a big chunk out of public sector wages, and unions may take their response to the international stage.

There will be no more “jobs for life” in the South Australian public sector.

The Queensland Government has introduced new laws that save mining companies from applying for water licences.

New South Wales is getting a gauge of its uranium supplies, in a move that many consider a step towards new mining ventures.

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