The South Australian Ombudsman has revealed several cases of misconduct by former Burnside councillor Lance Bagster.

Brisbane has been accused of ignoring allegations of unfair and unlawful treatment of sub-contracted IT workers.

A review into religious protections has recommended schools be able to continue to discriminate on sexual orientation.

The WA Government has announced plans to sell the state-owned TAB for up to $500 million.

An inquiry has found Goulburn-Murray Water boss Patrick Lennon wrongly spent thousands of dollars of public funds.

The NSW Resources Regulator has kicked off Safe Work Month with its annual Health and Safety at Small Mines Roadshow.

Australians are using cocaine at some of the highest-ever recorded levels, according to new stats.

The Victorian Government has launched new rules for testing wind turbine noise.

Sydney Water says rules for conserving water are now in place.

A majority of Alice Spring councillors say there is a culture of bullying within the council.

A committee of former judges and corruption fighters has launched plans for a national corruption watchdog.

Several Victorian councils are no longer opening their meetings with a Christian prayer.

Councils in NSW want drought funding to be sent to struggling farmers immediately.

The chairman of the MDBA has spoken against the idea of diverting environmental water to drought-affected farmers.

A remote community in WA is crowdfunding for a uranium-free water supply.

New provisions for casual council workers in WA have come into effect.

Qantas has announced plans to build a multi-million-dollar pilot training centre in Queensland.

Male candidates will outnumber females by almost two to one at next month's Tasmanian local government elections.

The Federal Government is working on new national recycling targets.

Queensland councils are joining forces to improve water and sewage assets.

Resettling refugees has proven a boon for a regional Victorian economy.

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