The Queensland Government is raiding its own businesses to gather $1 billion in extra revenue, but reports say the gains will be swallowed up by a bulging public sector wage bill.

Some top-level members of Victoria’s education department will face court on corruption charges.

Dozens of New South Wales teachers have assaulted students with autism, leaked documents allege.

Former federal MP Craig Thomson has been ordered to pay $458,000 for breaching the Fair Work Act.

Reports say changes are on the way that will see NSW TAFEs fight for funding with private operators.

The Queensland Government and the French territory of New Caledonia are avoiding Clive Palmer's attempts to keep his refinery afloat.

A new Federal Government initiative will bring some high-tech tools to one of the world’s oldest activities.

The Victorian Government's plan to privatise the Port of Melbourne has been sunk for now.

Controversial planning law changes have been put aside for the SA Parliament’s Christmas break.

The Tasmanian Government is considering paying up to $20 million to attach the state to a global underwater digital cable network.

Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt has given the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) a mandate that allows it to invest in wind projects.

Victoria’s auditor-general has slammed both sides of Victorian politics and the public service in his report on Melbourne’s failed $23 billion East West Link (EWL) project.

A new round of inquiry has slammed various aspects of Victoria’s Hazelwood mine, which caught fire and burned for 45 days last year.

A landmark report says Tasmanians cannot blame social disadvantage or low government spending for being behind on social and economic indicators.

New South Wales ageing, disability and home care (ADHC) workers have rallied ahead of potential strike action.

A stoush between the tiers of West Australian government continues this week, with one rural shire taking on the Barnett Government over a FIFO camp.

A parliamentary inquiry in Victoria has recommended that the state’s ban on coal seam gas (CSG) extraction should continue, but cannot decide how long it should last.

The ACT’s Government-owned utility Icon Water has been accused of sacking workers because they are too old.

The head of Western Australia's Corruption and Crime Commission has commented on a string of “spectacular own goals” by the corruption watchdog in recent years.

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC) has found a high prevalence and tolerance of sexual harassment within Victoria Police.

The biggest move in the wake of the royal commission into trade unions has come in the form of charges against CFMEU leader John Setka.

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