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.
Timber workers and businesses are sweating on their future, with the Victorian Government delaying the release of plans for industry to access native timber reserves for logging.
Despite the Territory's recent budget woes, Chief Minister Michael Gunner's Government will offer to act as guarantors for large-scale projects in the Top End to help drive investment in the region during a series of meetings starting on Thursday.
Adelaide's two AFL clubs are used to doing battle on the field, but have become off-field allies in a rift with Adelaide Oval management over a $42 million luxury hotel proposal.
The 210-metre, $172 million Tasmania Achiever 2 is capable of carrying 40 per cent more freight than any other ship across Bass Straight, but primary producers urge the State Government not to be complacent as demand for exports grow in the future.
WA's biggest tourism lobby group wants a ban on the use of residential properties for tourist accommodation unless someone is living there, as other states warn of the damage caused by short-stay accommodation.
A second electricity interconnector linking South Australia to New South Wales would improve power security and result in lower bills, the companies behind the project say.
A campervan emblazoned with a slogan about masturbation that breached the advertising code of ethics sparks a renewed push from the South Australian Labor Party to crack down on offensive vehicles.
The Northern Territory's Infrastructure Development Fund signed off on a $10 million taxpayer-funded investment to Darwin water bottler NT Beverages despite the company being deeply in debt and on the brink of financial collapse, a new financial report reveals.
As British and EU negotiators tussle over their future customs relationship, non-EU member Norway points to a world where digital borders might be able to solve Westminster's current woes.