The federal energy minister may change the rules so that the CEFC can fund carbon capture.

The Federal Government has launched a widespread review of its major IT projects, after a string of very public failures.

Obesity experts say that if we have controls on alcohol and tobacco, we should have them on sugary drinks too.

The Victorian government has put up $5 million to fund social enterprise projects.
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Greens Senator Larissa Waters has been forced to retract claims about coal miner Adani’s chief executive.
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Victorian teachers are preparing to strike to break stalled pay and workload negotiations.
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A former RBA governor says superannuation reforms are misguided.

Federal public servants are not keen on the Tax Office’s NSW central coast sabbatical deal.
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The Federal Government's $3.5 billion pledge to Sydney's WestConnex project has been criticised.
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The first Victorian councillor has been replaced after refusing to sign a compulsory code of conduct.
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The NSW Government is continuing with forced council amalgamations for city regions, but is giving up on some regional council mergers.
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The Opposition wants the MDBP to deliver an extra 450 gigalitres of water for the environment.
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The NSW town of Narrabri is being divided over coal seam gas.
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Experts say taxing bad food could bring in billions and extend the average Australian lifespan.

The Australia Institute says over 60,000 mines have been abandoned across Australia, and there is no solid plan on what to do with them.
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Google is looking to hire Australia's best and brightest hackers.

A major energy generator says there will not be any new coal power stations built in Australia.

The Tasmanian Greens want Launceston's outdated water and sewerage system to be fixed with a government windfall.
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The Department of Human Services (DHS) is refusing to give up details of its ‘robo-debt’ scheme.

The ACCC says 80 per cent of consumers are confused about broadband speed information.

Victoria’s opposition wants a stoush between the State Government and Privacy Commissioner to be played out in public.
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