The Australian Education Union (AEU) is reportedly reversing its support of Tasmania’s latest teacher pay deal.

The Northern Territory wants measures to support hundreds of prisoners currently falling through the gaps.

After decades of campaigning, a new wild dog fence is being built in WA.

Public servants will do some heavy lifting for the Victorian Government to meet its budget goals.

Official figures suggest the first phase of the Victorian Government's rooftop solar rebate program would never have satisfied demand.

Tasmania's health system is severely compromising patient safety, the state's auditor-general says.

The Queensland Premier says Adani’s Carmichael coal mine should be approved within 3 weeks.

WA’s state-owned power provider Synergy is crashing toward financial loss.

Tasmania’s Liberal government has put together a budget that leaves the public sector with a lot of heavy lifting.

The ACT parliament has declared a climate emergency.

The Mayor of Rockhampton has called for Adani to be given a “fair go” at opening up the Galilee Basin.

Most of WA’s Kimberly region will soon fall under native title.

A NSW court ruling has called the accuracy of roadside drug tests into question.

A West Australian police officer has been found guilty of two counts of assault after tasering a driver following a random breath test.

The WA Government has declared two areas in Western Australia's southern grain belt ‘water deficient’.

At least 19 former hydro workers in Tasmania claim exposure to dangerous chemicals has left them with chronic health conditions.

A new deal has been signed for the construction of a 50MW/200MWh battery storage system in South Australia.

The Tasmanian health union says jobs are becoming “impossible to fill”.

San Francisco's local government has voted to ban facial recognition software.

South Australia’s giant Tesla battery has delivered a $22 million profit in its first full year of operation.

Government funding to private schools has grown by far more than public schools over the decade to 2017.

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