Adelaide's Women's and Children's Hospital has been accused of gagging staff raising safety concerns.
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A new study has investigated the infrastructure needs of automated vehicles in Australia now and in the future.
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Advocates are pushing for older people with disabilities to be covered by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

The threat of vandalism has seen hand soap removed from many public toilets, but the threat of COVID-19 could bring it back.
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The Energy Minister has suggested research programs into wind and solar could be dumped.

Power price rises will be limited to once a year under rule changes in Victoria.
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The Federal Government has been warned that emissions from one fracking scheme in the Northern Territory could threaten its Paris targets.
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Flood waters are bringing the first major test of the northern projects of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan since it was struck in 2012.
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New changes will require welfare recipients to report income as it appears on a payslip rather than estimating a figure.

Tasmanian councillors say the state’s code of conduct is being “used as a weapon”.
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The Queensland Opposition has proposed the nation’s strongest laws to combat domestic violence.
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The Queensland Government has pledged to to air-condition every school classroom, library and staffroom by mid-2022.
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Tasmania has lifted a ban on lifted a ban on forest protesters.
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Figures on the ACT’s public health system show some patients are waiting more than four years to see a specialist doctor.
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The Federal Government has rejected a call to axe a special tax concession for people living in remote parts of Australia.
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The latest in the ongoing ‘sports rorts’ saga involves a $50,000 grant for a building that had already been built.
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Transport experts have looked at using public transport to help move city freight.
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The Education Minister says he wants to end university ‘cancel culture’.

A new study finds the cashless debit card scheme and other compulsory welfare income management does more harm than good.
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The Federal Government will spend millions buying water from a company it has been criticised for buying from before.
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Victoria says it will introduce a fourth bin collection and container deposit scheme as part of a recycling industry overhaul.
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