PwC Australia is planning to sell off its government consulting arm to private equity investor Allegro Funds for a nominal fee of $1.

TAFE Queensland's financial future hangs in the balance, while universities in the state grapple with declining domestic enrollments.

The ACT government has announced the termination of its Human Resources Information Management Systems (HRIMS) project.

Experts have proposed using AI to help protect critical infrastructure including power, water and communication networks.

Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and ex-Wagga Wagga MP Daryl Maguire have been found guilty of serious corrupt conduct.

NSW Premier Chris Minns is shaking up the public service to focus on housing, jobs, and infrastructure.

Mining and energy workers have voted to split from the CFMMEU over differing stances on the renewable ...

Former chief scientist Alan Finkel has resigned from his advisory role at Victoria's State Electricity Commission (SEC).

An audit has exposed deficiencies in NSW’s Forestry Corporation and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Indigenous Australians continue to experience worsening life outcomes despite efforts to Close the Gap.

Victoria is commemorating the 40th anniversary of its Freedom of Information (FoI) Act with a comprehensive review.

The ACT is set to address concerns about its low police-to-population ratio by adding 126 new police officers.

The NSW Government says it is taking a leading role in the fight against modern slavery.

Victorian MPs are set to receive a 3.5 per cent pay increase starting from July 1.

Queensland's flood support scheme has expanded.

The Northern Territory has introduced its first comprehensive water plan, aiming to ensure water security for all Territorians.

Stats show it is becoming more dangerous to be a health worker in WA.

Medical regulator AHPRA is investigating allegations of improper prescription of opioid replacement drugs at Fulham Correctional Centre in Victoria.

Victoria says its clean energy transition is projected to generate 10,000 jobs annually.

The WA Government has exceeded its budget to keep a failing coal mine afloat.

More and more unregistered teachers are fronting Queensland classrooms.

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