The SA Government has put up $690 million to replace old buildings and classrooms at 90 schools across the state.

SA’s Auditor-General has found the power bill for Adelaide's desalination plant may not be worth the amount of water it produces.

The Victorian Government has spent $1 million to stop the next “dickhead” from running into a notoriously low bridge.

The Federal Government has thrown out plans for a referendum on Indigenous recognition.

The small NSW town of Glen Innes will soon be littered with wind and solar farms.

If the Northern Territory dives headlong into gas development, it could make up to $5.8 billion over 25 years.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says Australia’s mobile blackspots will not be filled by open roaming.

Hobart City Council has joined the push to change the date of Australia Day.

SA councils want new laws to deal with bullying and harassment, but the Local Government Minister is not onboard.

Perth has a new acting Lord Mayor after a surprising series of events this week.

Queensland councils have gathered in Gladstone for the Local Government Association of Queensland's (LGAQ) 121st annual conference.

The Federal Government has created the role of National Rural Health Commissioner in an effort to end the rural doctor drought.

Lawyers have met with residents in Katherine to talk about a potential class action.

London has tightened its congestion charge for cars driving through the city centre.

The Queensland city of Toowoomba has been named as the location with the best-tasting drinking water in Australia.

After years of failure, the Federal Government is working on a major overhaul of the Closing the Gap strategy.

WA Premier Mark McGowan has called on Lisa Scaffidi to step down.

Queensland councils will soon have an independent watchdog arbitrate complaints against councillors, rather than CEOs.

Victoria’s local government watchdog is continuing to take action against the Central Goldfields Shire.

A large-scale review has found the NDIS will be rolled out late, and could rely on foreign workers.

Sydney’s Inner West council will offer citizenship ceremonies in NAIDOC Week as an alternative to January 26.

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