A former senior public servant at the centre of a WA corruption scandal is expected to plead guilty ...

New funding will see Victorian police armed with 300 high-powered rifles to help combat terrorist attacks in regional areas.

A peak welfare group has found power and water is too costly for some in NT.

Some state are refusing to help the Commonwealth review their water-sharing.

A former Western Power employee is facing dozens of corruption charges.

The NT Government has fired the bosses of both Power and Water Corporation and Territory Generation over their “unacceptable” response to an eight-hour blackout in Alice Springs.

SA Premier Steven Marshall has allegedly criticised the release of a report into potential health department corruption.

Victoria Police says it has completed a rollout of 9,000 body-worn cameras.

Authorities say over 30 gigawatts of new clean power generation will be needed ...

A former NSW Labor MP says an “alcoholic blackout” has prevented him from remembering who he gave a bag of donation forms and possibly cash to after a fundraising dinner at the centre of a corruption inquiry.

Australia's top doctors say the country's public hospitals are “going backwards”.

A Liberal party member has denied links to the Chinese Communist Party, despite references to China’s Belt and Road initiative on event invitations.

The NSW police commissioner says he is personally overseeing a review of strip-searches.

Western Australia has voted to legalise voluntary assisted dying.

Indigenous groups have warned the NSW Government against scrapping the Murray Darling Basin Plan.

There is concern about a possible plan to move the murder trial of an NT police officer from Alice Springs to Darwin.

Sydney is now on level 2 water restrictions as New South Wales continues to struggle through severe fire and drought devastation.

Almost 70 per cent of Queensland is now officially in drought, with eight new declarations this week.

The competition watchdog is taking Tasmania's state-owned ports operator to court over alleged anti-competitive conduct.

Official forecasts predict power prices will fall in most Australian states and territories over the next three years.

The Federal Government cannot find funding for the only peak body representing Indigenous survivors of domestic violence.

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