Darwin’s Lord Mayor has revoked permits for buskers and street performers in the city’s Smith Street Mall.
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Towns running out of water have welcomed a deluge of rain in NSW – but many are still missing out.
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Expert agencies have decided to assign a new name to the novel coronavirus: Covid-19.

The Federal Government has blocked a law that would have made nursing homes reveal staff and food budgets.

There are new concerns that data retention “ambiguity” is allowing cops to view people’s browsing history.

The aged care royal commission will this week begin to map out a complete system overhaul.

Hundreds of passengers on a second evacuation flight from the coronavirus epicentre in China have landed in Darwin.

Member for Warringah Zali Steggall wants to establish a pathway for Australia to reach zero net emissions by 2050.

The Federal Government has announced $6 million for two feasibility studies, including one into a new coal-fired power plant.

The appointment of a new resources minister has raised questions about Australia’s nuclear industries.

Australian authorities have approved one part of Elon Musk’s plan to provide a new satellite internet services.

The Federal Government was told some ‘robodebts’ are illegal on the same day it suspended the scheme.

The Victorian Government is looking at turning old coal mines into lakes.
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A native title group in Western Australia has been awarded both native title recognition and a $450 million economic package in an Australian first.
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An interstate stoush is emerging between the New South Wales and Queensland Governments over irrigators extracting water from potential river flows.
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The Federal Government is being accused of a second ‘sports rort’, this time with a $150 million fund ...
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Mining giant Adani has received a criminal conviction over “false or misleading” documents ...
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The Liberal party is struggling to explain deleting records of a $165,000 donation from a friendly company.

The entire Balranald Shire Council has been sacked.
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Labor and the LNP have joined forces to shoot down a senate inquiry into East Timor's controversial oil and gas project.

The head of Christmas Island's local government says the coronavirus quarantine is smashing its tourism industry.
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