Victorian Parliament will soon consider new laws that could see more effort put into delivering recreational water.

Decisions relating to the Murray-Darling basin made by Barnaby Joyce could be the first to face a challenge.

The SA Government has put up $690 million to replace old buildings and classrooms at 90 schools across the state.

SA’s Auditor-General has found the power bill for Adelaide's desalination plant may not be worth the amount of water it produces.

The Federal Government has thrown out plans for a referendum on Indigenous recognition.

If the Northern Territory dives headlong into gas development, it could make up to $5.8 billion over 25 years.

A spike in whooping cough has led SA Health to warn “irresponsible” parents.

Queensland’s coroner says police must treat mental health as “core business” when training officers.

The NSW Government is preparing its roads for the driverless vehicles of the future.

The Federal Government has created the role of National Rural Health Commissioner in an effort to end the rural doctor drought.

New figures show the despite big cuts, there are now more public servants than ever.

After years of failure, the Federal Government is working on a major overhaul of the Closing the Gap strategy.

Officials have admitted lead contamination is not the only major problem at the Perth Children’s Hospital yet to be fixed.

Possible legal action over Tasmania’s energy crisis nearly two years ago is still on the horizon.

Schools may get extra time to transition to NAPLAN online.

Victoria is on track to become the first jurisdiction in Australia to allow euthanasia.

Public hospital doctors in South Australia have walked off the job amid a dispute with the state government over pay and conditions.

A large-scale review has found the NDIS will be rolled out late, and could rely on foreign workers.

Union members have overwhelmingly rejected the NT Police’s EBA offer.

While the Federal Government continues its decentralisation push, over 1,800 staff have been cut in regional areas.

The Federal Government has ordered assessments of a plan to allow four-wheel-drive tracks along Tasmania’s heritage-listed north-west coast.

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