Almost half of all school principals were threatened with violence in 2018.

Health advocates say almost 20 new diagnoses of coal dust diseases have emerged in Queensland workers in the last fortnight.

Scott Morrison has written to the states and territories for support in establishing a disability sector royal commission.

Over 100 institutions have been implored to join the National Redress Scheme for victims of child sexual abuse.

A Tasmanian council has blocked plans for a luxury campsite complete with helicopter access.

Darwin Airport has been accused of disregarding measures to prevent toxic PFAS chemicals flowing into waterways.

Another Victorian recycling plant has been closed.

After almost 2 years behind bars, former NSW minister Ian Macdonald has been granted bail.

The Federal Government is topping up the Snowy 2.0 project as part of its pre-election renewable energy pitch.

A NSW parliamentary committee says a secret port deal in NSW should be investigated further.

Local experts want emergency service workers to be better equipped for the mental health challenges of their roles.

The Federal Government has put up $56 million for a second electricity interconnector between Tasmania and the mainland.

The long-awaited, $1.43 billion Hobart City Deal has been signed.

The inland rail project is lining up to be an issue in both the NSW and federal elections, despite over $400 million already being spent.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has revealed the cost of Queensland's “summer of disasters”.

The South Australian Government is considering scrapping its ban on genetically modified (GM) crops.

SA Water is installing $304 million worth of solar power.

Victoria’s EPA has banned a major recycling company from accepting waste at two of its facilities.

Progressive activist group GetUp has been declared independent of political parties.

Scientists say irrigators extracting excess water has contributed to the death of millions of fish in the Murray-Darling system.

The NSW Liberals have promised thousands more nurses and midwives.

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