Intelligence agencies have blamed China for a serious cyber-attack on the Australian Parliament.

The Federal Government will soon reintroduce its ‘big stick’ energy legislation.

Energy minister Angus Taylor wants Australia’s coal-fired power generators “running at full tilt”.

The ALP is overhauling its climate change policies, and could scrap its 45 per cent emissions-reduction by 2030 target.

A bureaucratic effort to understand Australia’s climate risks appears to have slowed down.
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A former Renewal SA worker has become the first public servant charged with breaching ICAC secrecy rules.
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An NDIS inquiry has heard outsourcing is hobbling the agency’s work.

Failures in Australia’s environmental laws have allowed the destruction of threatened species habitat.

Traditional owners in NSW have welcomed a doubling of the size of the Aboriginal-owned Mutawintji State Conservation Area.
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The Senate has voted to establish a federal anti-corruption body.

There is concern about a decision to award Optus a contract for remote mobile towers.
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A Great Australian Bight oil industry would require decades of subsidies, experts say.
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The WA Government is selling property and land data agency Landgate for $1.41 billion ...
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Questions have been asked about links between Gold Coast councillors and property developers who had rental fees waived.
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The Alice Springs council has thrown up a hurdle for the proposed National Indigenous Art Gallery.
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A Victorian council wants to re-route treated sewage for use on farms.
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China is expanding its controversial Social Credit System to 33 million companies.

The Federal Government’s budget deficit has added to expectations of a surplus this financial year.

A suspended councillor has shed more light on the “toxic” and “chaotic” state of the Perth City Council.
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Nine South Australian councils have committed to buying back their rubbish.
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Queensland’s council lobby and farmers’ lobby are at odds about new land clearing laws.
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