An inquiry into issues at Queensland’s state DNA lab continues.

The NSW Environment Minister, Penny Sharpe, has given the green light for an aerial cull of feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park.

First Nations groups have launched a legal challenge over a water plan.

Irrigators in the Murray-Darling Basin have sold almost double the amount of water the federal government initially sought ...

Canberra is poised to pioneer the legal right to a healthy environment.

Experts say coal plant closure hit workers hard.

Western Australia could look to revive its old shipping industry.

Concern has been raised about the integrity of NSW inquiry into mining health impacts.

Controversy has emerged around the planned relocation of a Perth maternity hospital.

Victoria has a plan to revive the State Electricity Commission.

Western Power has issued defect notices to hundreds of households in Western Australia, prompting the costly replacement of private power poles.

SA Health patients have been affected by a data breach on a third-party platform.

A joint investment in Albury Base Hospital's redevelopment has raised concerns about site stability.

The WA Government has decided against using pumped hydro as a replacement for the state's closing coal-fired power plants by 2030, citing feasibility issues.

South Australia Police will publish details of officer sanctions online.

Local government elections in WA will be improved, officials say.

Reports say digital credential sharing between Services Australia and Service NSW has paused.

Experts say planned infrastructure spending has dropped by nearly $12 billion in real terms this year.

The opening of a major facility is being touted as “a new chapter in Tasmania's water future”.

The ACT Government has a new circular economy strategy that will target food waste reduction.

Citizen scientists are being called to swap their backyards for a local waterway.

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