Tasmania's Parks and Wildlife Service is looking to absorb a $2.5 million funding cut, but there are fears that job losses would hurt world heritage plans.

The Local Government Association of South Australia has entered a stoush over rates rises with the State Government.

The Local Government Association of Queensland has put out a list of demands ahead of the Queensland election, and even received responses from the major parties.

New South Wales councils can apply to set their rates above the state’s peg – a peg that the peak body for councils says it wants abolished.

A retired Victorian public servant will be an impartial voice in a police scandal in the NT.

Figures show around half of new Australian teachers leave the job after just five years, and the Victorian Government says it wants change.

Experts have warned that Sydney's sewerage system could be hijacked by hackers, leading to potentially smelly chaos across the city.

Education Minister Christopher Pyne has signalled that he may negotiate with the Opposition on uni fee deregulation, and claims to have the backing of the man behind HECS.

The Barngarla people have been granted a native title claim that covers about two thirds of South Australia's Eyre Peninsula.

There are fears that a NSW Government move to close several medical warehouses will leave regional surgeons short of supplies.

Queensland public sector unions are linking a high amount of early voting in the upcoming state election to dissatisfaction with Premier Campbell Newman.

Figures show compensations payouts to Tasmanian government staff have increased, despite the number of claims going down.

The ACT Government is preparing to publish a list of homes containing Mr Fluffy asbestos, but the plan has been met with mixed reactions from homeowners.

Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt says he will not compromise Tasmania's world heritage value, despite backing development in key forest areas.

The Palmer United Party has launched its QLD election campaign with a promise abolish payroll tax, which it says will kick-start work and economic development.

A rise in cases has lead the Victorian government bring back free whooping cough vaccines for expectant mothers and parents of newborns.

A new study may shed some light on why when politicians talk – those listening often tune out.

The window is open for changes, as the NT Government starts its review of the Local Government Act.

Security arrangements have come under fire after a public servant was bitten and mugged at a government office in Victoria.

Legal experts have reminded public sector unions and their members just what they can do to protest work conditions through industrial action.

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