The Queensland Government has rushed amendments to allow work to reduce the height of the Paradise Dam.

Towns running out of water have welcomed a deluge of rain in NSW – but many are still missing out.

The WA Government will soon be trucking drinking water into more than a dozen dry towns.

An interstate stoush is emerging between the New South Wales and Queensland Governments over irrigators extracting water from potential river flows.

A native title group in Western Australia has been awarded both native title recognition and a $450 million economic package in an Australian first.

The Federal Government is being accused of a second ‘sports rort’, this time with a $150 million fund ...

City of Casey councillors say they have had no choice but to grant extended leave to a colleague at the centre of a corruption inquiry.

A powerful parliamentary committee will not look at Energy Minister Angus Taylor’s use of fake documents to criticise Sydney's mayor.

The entire Balranald Shire Council has been sacked.

The head of Christmas Island's local government says the coronavirus quarantine is smashing its tourism industry.

Remote WA councils are gearing up for a legal fight with the Federal Government over drought funding.

Indigenous groups do not want the West Australian Government to open up the Fitzroy River to large-scale irrigation.

The Coalition has again been accused of spreading government funds to friendly electorates.

The Federal Government has announced a South Australian farm will be the location of its planned nuclear waste dump.

The Mayor of Alice Springs has responded to ongoing concerns about a potential conflict of interest.

It has been revealed that the Federal Government ignored its own criteria in awarding millions worth of drought grants.

The WA Government has announced a $33 million boost for the state’s premier tourist destination, Rottnest Island.

The City of Melbourne is using floating rubbish bins to stop litter washing into the Yarra River at Docklands.

A corruption probe has investigated the alleged interference in council decisions on the Gold Coast.

Farmers have slammed the year-long delays in getting drought funding applications assessed.

London will soon be policed by real-time facial recognition cameras.

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