A Brisbane court has heard that sacked LNP media advisor Graeme Hallett threatened to leak information that would “go off like Krakatoa” if he was not given a new job.

A new review says closing the gap for Indigenous eye health is very much a possibility.

A battle is raging within the NSW public sector union.

The Victorian Government is calling for technology to be installed across its electricity distribution network to reduce the risk of fire from fallen power lines.

The Victorian Government has unveiled plans to spend close to $50 million on new counter-terrorism capabilities for police.

“Smart” drum lines that tell authorities when a shark is hooked are among the high-tech innovations behind rolled out on NSW beaches.

The Northern Territory Government has moved to include the mining, oil and gas sectors under the regulations of the Water Act.

A FIFO camp licence extension in WA continues to force a wedge between the state’s Liberal and National parties.

Reports say Uber could be legalised by the NSW government under drastic new reforms.

The WA Government is resolute in its desire to extend the Roe Highway across the Beeliar Wetlands, despite big protests in recent days.

Environmentalists are pushing for the Federal Court to uphold its energy regulator's decision against a penalty tariff on South Australian households with rooftop solar.

The Victorian Government is withdrawing funding for new coal-powered generators and will review past development projects, after attempts to attract investment with a demonstration power plant failed.

Over a thousand ACT public service jobs will be moved to Woden town centre, the state government has announced.

The Mayor of Gloucester has called on the NSW Government to buy back AGL’s coal seam gas (CSG) licence for the area, saying he cannot ignore the negative impact on residents.

The West Australian Opposition says there must be a full independent inquiry into the potential exposure of 138 Water Corporation employees to asbestos.

There are big job cuts on the way in Western Australia's health system as federal funding dries up.

The Federal Government has announced it will review the 99-year lease on the Darwin Port, but the business community says that could harm future investment.

Four men accused of a $1.6 million fraud in the ACT's Public Trustee office have had their first day in court.

A workers’ compensation expert says bonuses that the insurance industry is paid by some state governments could actually result in injured workers' claims being rejected.

A large section of the Northern Territory’s medical community is calling for the end of open speed limits. 

The Tasmanian Government is building an on-island cloud service to hold government data and deliver services in the future.

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