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A suite of renting reforms are set to be passed, designed to protect South Australian and Northern Territory tenants.
Westpac has ended its relationship with external auditor PwC as the under-fire firm continues to face setbacks after a leaking scandal.
Terms such as "VIP Room" will be among those banned from signage under a promised NSW government crackdown on gaming room advertising.
The Queensland government is considering a new regulatory framework for online alcohol sales and deliveries and is seeking input from the liquor industry.
Activists and farmers have raised concerns about a plan to allow coal seam gas companies to store their waste salt in lined landfill sites.
A Queensland watchdog has found that children have not been protected from harm because their parents weren't provided with state government supports.
Queensland is looking at a shake-up of the state's compulsory third-party car insurance scheme amid concerns over premium competition and insurer profitability.
Coal miner Bravus admits it has more work to do to ensure planned underground mining at it's Carmichael site dosen't impact nearby Doongmabulla Springs.
The Queensland government's decision to approve dozens of new coal seam gas wells on the Darling Downs has been slammed by environmental activists.
Australia's corporate regulator will not launch a formal investigation into alleged misconduct by the Adani Group due to the age of the accusations.
Star Entertainment is facing a shareholder class action over its failure to disclose money laundering, links to organised crime and fraud to the market.
Queensland's water department erred in granting New Hope's Acland coal mine a licence and a review of its decision is needed, activists say.
Queensland's water department is reviewing a decision to grant a licence to the controversial expansion of New Hope's Acland coal mine.
Queensland needs a new watchdog to assess and make determinations about the impacts of gas production subsidence on farms, a new report says.
A federal watchdog has started civil penalty proceedings against gambling giant Star for alleged failures to comply with anti-money laundering laws.
A likely threatened species habitat the size of the Gold Coast may have been illegally cleared in Queensland without any consequence, a report says.
Queensland's election watchdog has asked to be excluded from parts of proposed integrity laws warning its independence could be compromised.
The federal money-laundering watchdog, Queensland police and the state's gaming regulator are set to finalise a probe into Star casinos in "the coming month".
Queensland's corruption watchdog may have unlawfully signed off an investigation report, a parliamentary inquiry has been told.
Queensland activists have obtained documents showing some coal seam gas wells have been leaking due to rust, which they say could be a widespread problem.
The chair of a health professional lobby group is calling on the federal government to change laws on claims against practitioners.
The Queensland premier has tabled bills in parliament to give the auditor-general and the political lobbyist watchdog more independence.
The Queensland government has proposed a legal change that could allow Star to rehabilitate itself in time to open its $3.6 billion Brisbane casino next year.
Queensland health practitioners will be more strictly regulated by federal watchdogs after new laws were passed by state parliament.
Tasmania's chief psychiatrist, who has also held the role in several other states, has had his licence suspended by the national regulator.
Star Entertainment is unfit to hold a casino licence in Queensland and the state government will issue it with a notice to explain why it should still operate.
A proposed crackdown on tobacco in Queensland could lead to a smoking ban at outdoor markets and the licensing of vape sales.
Activists warn a draft Queensland government plan would allow the coal seam gas industry to simply bury waste brine, posing a risk to the environment.