A senior bureaucrat has defended WorkSafe ACT's air monitoring policies during Mr Fluffy demolitions, after the ACT auditor-general blasted their record keeping practices earlier this year.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) will this week begin working with A-League and W-League clubs to develop a new ownership and operating model for both leagues but have put expansion on the backburner for at least two more years.
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A top official in Thailand's palace has been fired for "extremely evil" misconduct and political interests which threatened national security, the government said on Tuesday.
Legal eagle families, the Galballys and the O'Bryans, have put their prominent William Street office on the market after nearly 50 years.
A builder who burnt down a South Melbourne pub part-owned by former Collingwood star Dane Swan because he couldn't meet a renovation deadline has been jailed for at least 2½ years.
'Be a Horowitz, not a Berger.'
Asbestos above Edgar's at Ainslie shops appears to have migrated to neighbouring building, says Work Safe ACT
Decision yet to be made on whether the buildings will be cleaned or demolished.
Police are asking commuters to avoid Constitution Avenue in Reid because of a large amount of water on the road.
After years of cuts, Victorians with solar panels will see an increase in what they are paid for the energy they feed into the power grid.
A growing cohort of West Aussies have caught onto the latest craze sweeping Japan - dressing up in Super Mario outfits and driving go-karts around Tokyo.