A crime spree allegedly committed by a high-risk fugitive has prompted the SA Government to “clean up” the laws that govern the supervision of former prisoners.
The State Government has been defeated in a key piece of legislation which could have a major impact on its ability to win a second term in 2022, and it’s not land tax, writes Casey Briggs.
A leading science institute finds Queensland must move more quickly towards renewable energy and away from coal-fired power by 2030 to meet its share of the nation’s emissions reduction targets.
The South Australian Government’s attempt to reform land tax appears doomed to fail, despite an eleventh-hour bid to get the support of traditional Liberal Party allies.
Victorian households could be separating rubbish into six or more bins — instead of the usual two or three — if the state adopts recommendations from Infrastructure Victoria, which has released its ideas for dealing with t…
Regulations aimed at ensuring the safety of remote nurses in South Australia are struck down in Parliament after being criticised by nurses and the family of murdered outback nurse Gayle Woodford.
MORNING BRIEFING: A truck carrying dry dog food rolls over on a busy western Sydney road, and two men and a woman have been charged over the death of a man in Cartwright.
A congestion charge for driving in the CBD during peak hour is once again being pushed, and a new report says it would be easy, cheap and speed up traffic across all major cities.
South Australia’s Opposition says it will reverse the State Government’s plan to privatise Adelaide’s train and tram services if elected in 2022.
Police arrest dozens of people in Brisbane’s CBD as protesters stage a series of demonstrations which include dumping a catamaran on George Street and holding a mock funeral outside State Parliament.