The AMA says Federal funding cuts are making it harder for hospitals to meet growing patient demand and to reach significant performance goals.
One site has been ruled out as the Federal Government searches for a location for its nuclear waste dump.
Sydney’s Auburn City Council has decided how to its ultimatum.
Matthew James from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet has been honoured with a Public Service Medal (PSM).
The Ipswich City Council and Mayor Paul Pisasale are facing an onslaught of questions after claims of nepotism.
The response to community fears over shark attacks in NSW has been delayed.
The Local Government Association of the Northern Territory‘s president is outraged that NT has been left out of federal funding.
Victorian residents’ groups want a two-term cap for mayoral terms.
Some remote Queensland councils are expecting a communications revolution.
The WA Government is expected to face a new Supreme Court challenge over the Roe 8 highway project.
The New South Wales Government has expanded its Resources for Regions program, but local governments may not be too excited.
The chief executive of the City of Perth has been sacked and it has nothing to do with corruption allegations against the mayor, allegedly.
Plans to introduce fluoridate to water supplies in north West Australia have led to a backlash from residents.
Impulsive gaffes, inappropriate comments and short fuses are common among the famous and powerful, and new research suggests it could have a biological basis.
South Australia’s Liberal Opposition says wastewater is being dumped at sea to save money.
A recent survey has found that one in 10 Australians display strong feelings of Islamophobia – negative and hostile attitudes towards Muslims.
Unions are keeping up their campaign to warn coal miners and their employers about ‘black lung’.
A study from South Australia has shown how important it is for senior citizens to be enfranchised by public transport.
New South Wales Premier Mike Baird and the state’s Minister for Local Government Paul Toole have finally unveiled plans for big council reforms.
Victoria’s Minister for Local Government, Natalie Hutchins, has announced an annual rate cap of 2.5 per cent will apply to Victorian councils for the 2016/17 financial year.
A long-serving Sunshine Coast councillor has encouraged more women to run for local government.
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