The NSW Government is preparing to introduce its power privatisation bill in state parliament this week, with buyers lining up to make a bid.

Experts are investigating the social effect of the disturbing rate of incarceration among Indigenous Australians.

Norfolk Island residents say the Australian Government is ignoring their demands and initiating a forceful takeover of the small independent island.

A Darwin pool will still be extended, but much more important uses for Commonwealth National Stronger Regions Funding are in doubt.

The WA Department of Agriculture is taking a high-tech approach to land and water surveying, using 3D-printers to render the vastness of the outback in a small scale.

Macquarie University has released preliminary results of test to find the extent of contaminated drinking water in NSW.

The Tasmanian Government will announce a six-month extension of the First Home Builders Boost in this week’s state budget.

Former Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has admitted the Queensland Government bought the wrong system to run its $1.2 billion health payroll, leading to a long-running and expensive debacle.

The WA Opposition has accused the government of putting a campaign logo on normal capital works, in order to look like it has achieved something.

For a second time, attorneys-general from across the country have petitioned the Federal Government over funding cuts to legal aid and community legal services.

A WA MP says some government departments should move to regional areas.

The Government of South Australia has made a bold move toward more open and transparent services, with a new website detailing what it offers and how it performs.

Now that the Federal Government has successfully slashed the Renewable Energy Target, progressive State Governments could fill the void.

A letter from a farmer to the NSW Department of Primary Industries shows the incredible strain imposed on people who live on the land.

The Federal Government has quietly expanded the already significant amount of agencies that are allowed unwarranted access to the private data of all Australians.

The Federal Government says it will only fund road projects in Victoria if they are of “national significance”.

Business groups have lashed out at West Australian Government's economic skills, following the revelation of ballooning debt and a major deficit.

The ACT Chief Minister has accused the Education Union of using “alpha male” tactics in pay negotiations.

A Victorian man has been charged with abuse of public office in South Australia.

The former chief executive of an NT Aboriginal legal service has been sentenced to three months in prison and five months in home detention for misusing her position and forgery.

It has been revealed that a number of Queensland magistrates took the wrong oath of office, and in one case, made no oath at all.

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