Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has not ruled out a cabinet reshuffle or even the addition of extra ministers in a performance review later this year.

Sick days for Tasmanian public servants now cost over $70 million a year, leading the state’s Auditor-General to believe there is a growing culture of entitlement.

The Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) has warned children could be at risk due to understaffing and a lack of resources at the WA Department for Child Protection and Family Support’s Working With Children Unit.

The Queensland Transport Department is scrambling to deal with an oil spill along a 10 kilometre stretch of water in the ocean south of Townsville.

The CFMEU has emerged as a surprise backer of the Labor Party’s 50 per cent renewable energy target, but their support is contingent on unprecedented assistance for workers.

Victoria’s Labor government is refusing to release the business case for a big new road project, prompting a revival of the type of criticism recently levelled at its LNP predecessor.

Victoria’s Small Business Minister Adem Somyurek has been forced to resign from the ministry after bullying allegations made by his former chief of staff.

Software company Global Health Limited (GHL) is suing the South Australian Government for continuing to use the CHIRON patient management program without a valid licence.

Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt says he will not divert funds in Public Service superannuation accounts.

Productivity is not well understood by most entities in the NSW Public Sector, a recent audit found.

A stalemate over the leadership of Queensland's corruption watchdog appears to have been settled by crossbench MP Rob Katter.

The South Australian Public Sector’s new Code of Ethics has come into force this week.

Negotiations are underway which could see a largely-dormant desalination plant take an extra thirty years to pay off.

A former member of the expert committee behind the approval of the Shenhua Watermark coal mine says it comes with big risks to water supplies.

The WA Government could appoint a new taxi industry regulator to oversee services including Uber, but has warned that plated taxi drivers may struggle to fight innovation.

News South Wales Premier Mike Baird has made his pitch in the much-awaited yet much-avoided GST conversation, arguing the rate should be increased to 15 per cent to pay for better healthcare.

Brian Parker is back in his role as the NSW CFMEU boss, after stepping aside to face the royal commission into union corruption.

The Queensland Parliament has passed the Palaszczuk Government's $49.9 billion "real Labor budget", but business groups want more big projects.

Tasmanian firms are keen to fire up Australia’s newest form of renewable energy – native wood.

A new centre will be set up specifically to find ways of demonstrating teacher effectiveness.

The South Australian Government has put up $2 million for 57 regional youth local government traineeships.

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