Western Australia’s auditor-general says the state’s public servants are spending too much on travel.

Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) has launched a podcast series.

The WA Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) has been held up as an example for women in leadership roles.

Queensland dam operator Sunwater could be in hot water again, with criticism over its reaction to Tropical Cyclone Marcia

South Australia’s Ombudsman Wayne Lines has written to the ICAC to voice his disagreement with police handling complaints about police.

A Canberra academic says Australia could make billions of dollars from privatising its water assets, but only after broad reforms.

A Tasmanian Senate standing committee is reviewing a bill that gives landholders the right to refuse gas mining on their property.

Queensland’s new Water Minister is touring the state to understand the arrangements of his predecessors.

Economic analysts have warned that the Northern Territory has too many eggs in one basket, and is quickly approaching a “construction cliff”.

The Queensland Government says it is working on a policy to boost the ethanol industry.

The WA Education Minister Peter Collier says the state has 465 education assistants that are surplus to requirements.

Staffing at the SA Department of Communities has been doubled as workers fight an incredible backlog of applicants for working with children checks.

A public servant facing corruption charges says he will fight on.

The RSPCA has called for an end to government funding of greyhound racing, while a WA MP criticises the animal rights group.

One Tasmanian council is making bold moves to cut costs through renewable energy.

The latest State of the Victorian Public Service (VPS) report has been released, detailed a range of interesting facts and stats about state-level bureaucrats.

There is outrage over WA Government threats to cut water allocations for farmers in the Ord Stage 1 agricultural region.

A new study into lead contamination in Tasmanian drinking water has revealed high levels of lead coming from a surprising source.

SA Water says sacking 150 staff should allow it to charge less.

Financial reports say the increase in construction activity in New South Wales has made it Australia’s top economic performer.

The state governments of Queensland, NSW and Victoria have joined forces for medicinal cannabis clinical trials.

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