Queensland's Sports Minister Mick de Brenni is tackling the state’s own ‘sports rorts’.

Two Northern Territory police officers have been charged with drug offences.

The WA Government is establishing a new whole-of-government Cyber Security Operations Centre.

Scott Morrison has hinted at a return to offices for public servants across Australia.

Queensland farmers says water policies may determine their votes at the upcoming state election.

The NSW planning commission has approved the $3.6 billion Narrabri gas project.

WA’s Water Minister has slammed claims Kalgoorlie-Boulder has ‘Australia's most expensive water’.

The Queensland Government has approved what will be the state's third-largest coal mine.

Some of Australia’s top economists have backed boosts to JobSeeker and social housing over tax cuts.

WA’s resources sector has achieved record increases in sales and job listings amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Traditional owners want to negotiate with gas companies in the Beetaloo Basin.

Victoria’s health minister has resigned as the state’s leadership struggles to place blame for its hotel quarantine issues.

University staff have criticised NSW Police for being “undemocratic” and suppressing freedom of speech.

An audit has found that a Queensland Health IT bungle cost taxpayers $33 million to fix.

Experts say a new pricing structure could clear congestion on Victoria’s public transport.

SA Parliament's Lower House has passed a bill to create ‘safe access zones’ around abortion clinics.

The NSW government has been ordered to revisit world heritage assessments for the Warragamba Dam expansion.

Queensland’s LNP has pledged to gut the state’s Environmental Defenders Office.

The NSW the upper house has blocked the Berejiklian government's controversial floodplain harvesting exemption.

Australia has gaping holes in its natural disaster preparedness, according to someone who knows.

A Sydney business has been fined for running a food buffet during a pandemic.

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