Across Australia, parents who send their kids to public school are facing bills for outsourced sport, excursions and even hygiene products such as tissues.
Small businesses in South Australia employ nearly 75 per cent of the state's workers, but this week's State Budget offered them less than 1 per cent of the total spend.
Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas claims that the State Government is spending more on infrastructure in the state than the Federal Government plans to spend across Australia over the next decade. Is he correct?
South Australia's latest budget locks in money for a new hospital and other key infrastructure projects, but also foreshadows cuts to overall health spending.
Funding flows for low-income earners to buy a home and a new Women's and Children's Hospital are on the cards in South Australia's 2019 budget. Find out how the budget will impact you.
A mistake made more than 40 years ago has created a powerful voting block that some experts believe will railroad any Territory Government plan to bring its budget back into the black.
Jodie Pearce relies on Tonsley railway station in Adelaide's south to get to appointments in the CBD, and says closing it will force locals with disabilities to stay home.
Big business is set to be hit with hundreds of millions of dollars in extra taxes and royalties as the Palaszczuk Government seeks to tap the top end of town to deliver payroll tax relief to small and medium-sized businesses, in the hope of boosting jobs — particularly in regional Queensland.
The West Australian Government expects to save up to $20 million per year on interest payments as rating agency Moody's upgrades the state's credit rating following a strong budget and sustained revenue growth.
The ABC is set to face $84 million in budget cuts in the coming years, but the broadcaster's new chair, Ita Buttrose, says there are "many ways" of achieving savings without job losses.