Tasmania's Glamorgan Spring Bay Council (GSBC) is offloading its three visitor centres in an attempt to ease its ailing finances.

Melbourne has revealed a $100 million hit to its bottom line as a result of COVID-19.

A new report says Australia should abandon its dream of having a high-speed, east coast rail service.

Queensland's biggest Indigenous community is seeking an exemption from lockdown.

The NT Government has proposed building an army to fight a vicious invasive weed.

Murray-Darling Basin irrigators have bought two major Queensland properties in the past six months.

Changed FIFO conditions are allowing significant parts of the WA resources sector to continue operating.

The iconic chimneys of the Hazelwood coal-fired power station have been knocked down.

New evidence shows high antibiotic use in remote communities.

The Energy Minister has released a discussion paper on technologies to drive economic recovery in Australia.

Cash-strapped Tasmanian councils may have to amalgamate.

Experts say diverting food waste from landfill could be a goldmine for local governments.

The Darling River is flowing for the first time in two years.

A massive fatberg pulled out of a Melbourne sewer is being used as a reminder to keep wet wipes out of the pipes.

A new study has found each roaming pet cat kills 110 native animals per year on average.

WA’s Water Corporation has opened grants to support the Kimberley regions through its new COVID-19 Community Relief Fund.

Victoria has launched a $2.7 billion construction blitz.

The operator of Hazelwood mine has been fined over a major fire that burned for several weeks in 2014.

Youth activists are preparing a legal challenge against a Clive Palmer coal project.

New South Wales councils say they have avoided a power grab by the state.

A new survey suggests local government planning departments are still functioning across WA.

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