Transport company offers up ‘fake news’ to help SA Government’s rail privatisation push

A transport company seeking lucrative contracts to run Adelaide’s public transport networks has shared fake quotes of former Labor ministers in an apparent bid to assist the South Australian Liberal Government press its ca…

Senate inquiry following Angel Flight crashes urges CASA to relax maintenance standards

The aviation safety regulator is being urged to relax maintenance requirements for Angel Flight and other charity flight services, after a Senate inquiry slammed an earlier ATSB report into the charity’s fatal crash rate.

Murdered nurse’s family are fighting a battle they thought they had won

When new laws were introduced following the murder of remote area nurse Gayle Woodford in outback SA in 2016, her family and friends were strongly supportive — but they now believe a crucial loophole remains.

Barnaby Joyce says he sent drought reports to PM via text

The Federal Government’s former special drought envoy says he sent “an awful lot” of reports to the Prime Minister, after a letter tabled in the Senate notes he did not compile a final report during his tenure.