Business SA wants the Weatherill Government to “hold the line” against threats of industrial action by the public sector union.

A parliamentary committee looking at public sector decentralisation has heard staff should be able to work from wherever they want.

A looming electoral carve-up could be concerning for some federal MPs.

Tasmania’s new planning laws could invite corruption and political interference.

Adani says India still needs imported coal, even though the Government is pushing for self-sufficiency.

Senators have faced a dive boat operator whose business is being harmed by ...

An NT MP has described how a work-for-the-dole scheme is driving people to desperation.

Authorities say safety of trainee psychiatrists and patients was behind the decision to suspend the Royal Hobart Hospital's training accreditation.

The Queensland Government wants to make the state an artificial intelligence hub.

Victoria has become the first state to release a dedicated cyber security strategy.

The federal education minister has accused the SA Government of exposing children to “dodgy” childcare operators.

ACT public servants have been warned against campaigning for or against marriage equality.

The big banks are threatening High Court action over SA’s proposed bank tax.

Somehow, a NSW high school has taught senior students the wrong maths course.

WA Labor has been accused of selling access to cabinet ministers for up to $6,000 per head.

The West Australian Government wants to take traffic fine payments out of welfare cheques.

A modular artificial reef will soon be suspended near the Sydney Opera House.

An expert on the mafia says big public works are big targets for organised crime.

Outrage is being whipped up over the Safe Schools program again.

Feathers have been firmly rustled by a decision not to refer to January 26 as Australia Day.

The NT police union says the Government is dragging out enterprise bargaining to score a cheap deal.

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