A new video shows Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch telling a room full of people she has shed tears over the approval of Adani's Carmichael coal mine, while also saying current environmental legislation is flawed.
Three former Australian soldiers take the Australian Tax Office to court over tax taken out of their medical discharge benefits.
Multi-millionaire founder and patron of WA's flagship theatre company raises concerns after its executive director is dumped by the board chaired by Andrew Forrest's wife, Nicola Forrest, for an advertising executive with no theatre management experience.
A $6.7 billion Chinese mega mine coal project adjacent to the Adani venture in Queensland's Galilee Basin is in doubt after the company abandoned its bid for a mining lease.
The public service emerges as an unexpected, last-minute heated issue in the federal election, with the Coalition announcing it will save $1.5 billion from extending efficiency dividends, and accusing Labor of planning to cut more.
A former public servant who was injured while on study leave in 1992 is awarded a new recliner funded by Comcare, which helps ease her chronic pain.
Over the past seven weeks, ABC readers have been submitting questions about the NSW election — in the process, you actually told us three things would decide your vote this Saturday. Here's a peek.
The High Court will today consider whether the government was allowed to sack a public servant who criticised policy from behind the veil of an anonymous Twitter account — and lawyers say the implications could be wide-reaching for employers.
Fewer cars, less congestion, less pollution. It's a tantalising prospect, but do the promises of free public transport stack up? And would free fares actually persuade people to embrace it?
Leaking chemicals, a disintegrating asbestos roof and crumbling structures are among the list of concerns recently raised by authorities looking into Clive Palmer's nickel refinery near Townsville in north Queensland.