NT's Health Minister has defended her department against grim claims, despite not finishing reading the report that made them

The Victorian Ombudsman says the State Government breached human rights laws in some COVID-19 lockdowns.

Experts have reflected on the latest 5-year evaluation of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan (MDBP).

An audit has found NSW state insurer icare paid some operating costs with money meant for injured workers.

Melbourne train drivers are leaving their union en masse over what they say are unsafe workplace conditions.

Victoria’s Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has reversed its approval for three toxic waste dumps.

A bill to decriminalise small amounts of MDMA, heroin, ice and other drugs will soon be introduced in the ACT.

A government authority has apologised for accidentally telling 24,000 year 12 students that they are “ineligible” for university.

Cyber resilience in NSW needs “urgent attention”, according to a new report.

The Federal Government says it will underwrite Alcoa's giant Victorian smelter to ensure stability during peak power-usage periods.

A parliamentary inquiry has found food security is a constant concern for many remote Indigenous communities.

Authorities say the COVID-19 recovery period is a good time for one state to focus on sustainability.

The NSW corruption court has found the State Government is “overly favourable” to irrigators.

NSW’s Independent Planning Commission (IPC) has green-lit the expansion of a coal mine above Sydney’s water catchment.

Basslink has been ordered to pay the Tasmanian Government almost $40 million in compensation...

New research suggests most aged care medication is going unchecked.

The UN has thanked Australian states for their net zero commitments, but not the Federal Government.

Victoria has banned Commonwealth’s Dollarmites scheme and other “low-quality” school banking programs.

The Victorian Ombudsman says it needs more money to continue investigating matters in the public interest.

Reports say Gladys Berejiklian was in charge of a fund that set aside $5.5 million for a project backed by a corrupt MP.

South Australia is considering boosting MP’s pensions in exchange for anti-lobbying rules.

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