WA Police are looking to prosecute a public servant they say stole $45,000 from corporate cards and went on an inter-state drug run.

The Australian Workers Union wants an investigation to look into claims that Victorian Lands Department staff were exposed to toxic chemicals like cyanide and Agent Orange.

Ninety-five years ago, Australian Public Service bosses realised equal rights for women would transform the bureaucracy, and it was up to them to stop it.

A former senior federal bureaucrat says lobbyists should be forced to reveal their private discussions with ministers and government workers.

Federal workplace insurer Comcare has lost one of its biggest customers, as the ACT Government moves to take its 20,000 public servants out of the embattled scheme.

A new report says Australian governments could save billions by buying smarter.

Victorian premier Daniel Andrews is feeling heat from various parts of the Liberal party over the multi-billion-dollar East West Link road project.

News South Wales unions have launched their campaign ahead of the state’s March 28 election.

A naval base in Western Australia will be powered by a world-first energy supply.

A meeting of government bodies this week agreed to move ahead on a full scheme roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

A Northern Territory Government report has found a broad range of problems in the youth justice system.

A new report shows just how hard is for Australia’s homeless youth.

A NSW mining lobby wants charity status removed from protest groups that fight to interrupt industries in the name of conservation.

One of Australia’s best known nuclear scientists says a nuclear waste dump could earn South Australia billions of dollars.

Internal tensions are being stirred in the WA Government over whether to change the state’s gold royalty rates.

The ACT will fund Australia’s first detailed long-term health study into the risks of living in houses contaminated with loose-fill asbestos.

Forcing Perth councils to merge has become too difficult for WA Premier Colin Barnett, so he’s given up.

South Australia’s corruption watchdog has released a statement explaining why it doesn’t release more statements.

Over 17,000 employees will be interviewed as part of a landmark review of sex discrimination, sexual harassment and predatory behaviour in Victoria Police.

New South Wales wants more private money in its public programmes.

Local and state government representatives have signed an agreement for better communication in South Australia.

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