The West Australian Government will spend $67 million imposing a heavy haulage toll that Main Roads does not have the power to collect.
Queensland’s state-owned power companies will soon merge into a $24 billion entity.
The ALP has promised to set up a national environmental protection authority if it wins the upcoming election.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) in NSW has released its final decision new water prices.
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says irrigators are not to blame for the water crisis facing Broken Hill and the lower Darling River.
Concern has been raised about the continued use of a cancer-linked herbicide.
Musician Anohni is making sure focus is maintained following a protest march against a proposed uranium project.
A former Liberal MP has slammed the party’s use of voter-tracking software.
One Adelaide council says penny-pinching police would put public safety at risk.
Defence Department staff are maintaining their rage over the Federal Government’s job cuts and hardline bargaining stance.
A federal MP says Queensland councils have lodged questionable and potentially fraudulent claims for natural disaster funding.
New South Wales councils want the Baird Government’s 2016-17 State Budget to help reduce a big backlog of road renewal works.
Andrew Hastie has been sacked from the military after posting photos of himself in uniform.
A new report appears to back Victorian councils’ views about rate capping.
Wild weather has again smashed Australian coasts, but could it be a sign of things to come?
Residents in the Queensland community of Oakey fear that groundwater chemicals may have affected the town water supply.
Victoria’s Fair Work Commission has ruled in favour of the state’s firefighters’ union in a bitter dispute over pay and conditions.
The Carnarvon shire is refusing to fly the Aboriginal flag during NAIDOC week.
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