The South Australian Government will spend $20 million on more trams and a new 100-metre line.

New laws may prevent reporting on council corruption in Queensland.

Two candidates in this year's Melbourne City Council election have been charged after allegations of electoral fraud.

The Victorian Ombudsman has issued a report on local government transparency and accessibility.

Residents of one Victorian town have told Australia Post what they think of safety regulations.

Public health officials say that as the length and severity of hot weather increases, work practices must change.

The first meetings on the constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people start this week.

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has put up $120 million for a wind farm in Barnaby Joyce’s electorate.

The peak body for Queensland councils is outraged at new industrial relations laws.

SA Premier Jay Weatherill wants the states to set up an emissions-trading system without the Federal Government.

Education Minister Simon Birmingham has warned “green activist” teachers against protesting the abuse of asylum seekers.

Parliamentary hearings in Tasmania have seen TasWater’s upgrade plans savaged.

Workplaces will be encouraged to employ people with disabilities, fund leadership and create ...

Nanotechnology could be the solution to dust problems in industrial areas.

Environmentalists are concerned about the amount of mining industry figures on an NT Government-appointed board.

Telstra has accused Vodafone of being an infrastructure “freeloader” ...

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