Sydney's air quality index (AQI) hit 11 times hazardous levels this week.
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The competition watchdog is taking Tasmania's state-owned ports operator to court over alleged anti-competitive conduct.
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Russia has suggested Australia follow its lead by building an offshore, floating nuclear reactor.

Almost 70 per cent of Queensland is now officially in drought, with eight new declarations this week.
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There are calls for chemical analysis of airborne pollution in the Queensland mining town of Moranbah.
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Labor leader Anthony Albanese has backed coal exports as he prepares to tour regional Queensland.

The Federal Government denies doing a deal to secure the repeal of ‘medevac’ laws, despite strong indications that it did.

Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese has taken a swing at social media giants.

The aged care royal commission is holding its next public hearing in Canberra this week.

Official forecasts predict power prices will fall in most Australian states and territories over the next three years.
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The Federal Government cannot find funding for the only peak body representing Indigenous survivors of domestic violence.
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Greenhouse gas emissions should set a new record this year, but the rate of growth has shrunk.

A new review has called for the hiring of more LGBTQ and disabled astronomers.

Australia will no longer have a federal arts department, with plans to roll it into a department that oversees roads and rail.

The local government industry award is up for review.
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Victorian councils have been asked to take more action on gender equality.
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The head of WA's Department of Communities says a major corruption inquiry relied on public servant “heroes” ...
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SA Health is setting up a new taskforce to crack down on corruption and maladministration.
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Senators have called for an inquiry over Angus Taylor’s “clear breaches” of ministerial standards.

The Prime Minister has announced a major shake-up of the public service – reducing 18 departments down to 14.

Experts say the growth of Australia’s cities is being held back by institutional silos, perennial underfunding and lack of a national vision.
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