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Adani remains under investigation by Qld Government over bores

Indian miner Adani remains under investigation by the Queensland Government for alleged illegal works on its Carmichael mine site, despite federal authorities ruling out any wrongdoing in October.

NT department heads put on notice over budget blowouts

Reining in routine overspending across Northern Territory Government departments forms the centre point of a plan to curb the region's spiralling debt crisis.

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Cheap seats: Best matches to watch at the 2019 Australian Open on a budget

On Monday or Tuesday you can watch players like Nick Kyrgios, Sam Stosur, Kevin Anderson, Tomas Berdych, Andy Murray, Stanislas Wawrinka, John Isner, ...

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Yet another Qld cop charged with hacking

One of four to face charges since December.

Dog attacks on energy workers spark Qld ban on reading meters

Workers from both Energex and Ergon Energy in Queensland will no longer enter yards to read meters where dogs are not ...

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The Internet Reacts To Scott Morrison's '#Shoegate' Scandal

It's fair to say that governing a country is hard. There's a budget to manage against multiple competing interests, ...

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Staff member from Trade and Investment Qld sacked over alleged 'sophisticated' fraud

The alleged fraud relates to Queensland Government funds used to support international operations. A staff member in Seoul has been sacked, while TIQ is lodging a criminal complaint with South Korean authorities. ...

NT Government 'manufactured' leaks to throw out critical caucus members, dumped MLA says

Jeff Collins says leaked emails were engineered to dump him and two other Labor politicians who criticised the Government's handling of the budget crisis, something Chief Minister Michael Gunner repeatedly denied.

Macron's little helper CEOs spread Christmas cheers

As Emmanuel Macron transforms from Grinch to Santa, scrapping planned taxes and raiding public coffers to boost wages, French companies are rushing in to be little helpers.

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