The Federal Government has announced a $76 million project to improve water quality in the ACT.

Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt says the Government will attempt to clean up toxic contaminants from the Williamtown Air Force Base.

Analysts say it is hard to overstate the impact of the closure of the Arrium steel works.

A landmark review has slammed the “suck it up” approach to mental health among police.

The ACT Government has released figures from the Mr Fluffy buyback public health and safety campaign.

Victoria’s Labor government has used a generous new deal to avoid strikes at key industrial sites.

An auditor’s report has found little to praise about West Australian government websites.

Trouble in the small town of Aurukun is putting vital education at risk.

Chaos has closed down the first meeting of Sydney’s Inner West Council unelected administrators.

The West Australian government has spent $700,000 outsourcing the recruitment of prison guards.

The office of Victoria’s freedom of information commissioner will be merged with Privacy and Data Protection.

Australia authorities have told New Zealand not to follow the Australian TAFE system.

Remote WA communities say their drinking water supplies are contaminated with deadly bacteria and chemicals.

The Greens are breaking into Nationals territory, finding friends among farmers who say they are being ignored.

There are concerns this week that Tasmania’s Basslink power cable will not be fixed by its scheduled completion date.

The National Aged Care Alliance wants the care needs of older Australians to be placed on the election agenda.

The NSW Government’s council amalgamation plans have kicked up a furore that seems set to plague Premier Mike Baird.

Peak bodies are calling on all political parties to commit to long-term infrastructure spending free from political folly.

Police are investigating allegations of serious criminality by Immigration Department and Border Force officials.

A new study suggests a coal spill on the Great Barrier Reef could bring grave consequences.

A Senate report has called for blood testing of workers and residents in response to “the new asbestos”.

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