The Australian Marine Conservation Society says dredging near the Great Barrier Reef should be banned altogether.

The Northern Territory Government has put out new oil and gas exploration licences which cover large amounts of Aboriginal land.

A new age of solar energy and information is dawning in Queensland.

Researchers are looking at potential risks and benefits in the future of mobile e-voting.

A Federal Parliamentary committee has slammed the Federal Government's Asset Recycling program.

The New South Wales Government has been accused of missing several key points ahead of this weekend’s election, as it tours the state spruiking a plan to sell valuable assets.

The Western Australian Government has set up a new office to guide ICT reform.

Labor’s NSW leader Luke Foley has pledged to reverse his own party’s policy, to protect water supplies and agriculture.

Conservation groups say there are some good points to the new Great Barrier Reef plan, but it ignores the greatest risk of all.

A new risk has been uncovered in the already dangerous world of fire-fighting.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott appears to agree that Victoria’s East West Link project is dead.

A serious flaw in New South Wales’ electronic voting service – iVote – could have seen votes changed, experts say.

A furore is forming over a UBS report into the election promises of the NSW Liberal party.

South Australia’s Opposition says that state’s year 7 students are being “robbed of specialist education” by being kept in primary school.

Last Thursday was national Close The Gap day, and while events were on around the country to address Indigenous inequality, the Prime Minister’s top Indigenous advisor had some harsh words for his boss.

The Tasmanian Government has defended spending $63,000 on lawyers to defend its public servant wage freeze.

There are calls for expansion of a NSW State Government program which funds ageing and disability workers in metropolitan and major regional councils.

There are calls this week for the release of the full report into bullying at the ACT Ambulance Service.

The Victorian Government may move its future budget announcements to avoid being blindsided by the Federal Government.

Studies have shown that Police are ill-equipped to investigate non-criminal deaths, and face a challenge to avoid re-traumatising bereaved families as well as emotionally protecting themselves.

The Queensland Government is planning ban uranium mining once more.

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