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.
The NT Government announces plans for the new public service jobs cap at the same time as it stares down a no-confidence motion in parliament, brought on by the Opposition CLP who accused the Government of mishandling the economy.
Richard Boyle faces the possibility of lengthy prison term for blowing the whistle on ATO debt collection practices, but experts say he could be a test case for the public interest disclosure defence.
The Queensland Government defends giving almost $3.5 million of taxpayer dollars to the controversial Great Barrier Reef Foundation, including more than $100,000 for a smartphone app that is yet to be delivered.
The Queensland Government is poised to act against Indian energy giant Adani over the release of coal-laden floodwaters from its coal port at Abbot Point in the state's north.
'Deeply disappointed' Trade and Investment Queensland chief executive officer Paul Martyn says the alleged serious fraud was an 'isolated incident' after a staff member in the South Korean office of is sacked.
The auditor-general says the process behind the 2016 sale of Ausgrid meant NSW taxpayers may have missed out on "value for money" — a deal the NSW Labor Party has labelled "secretive" and "horrible".