An inquiry has found the justice system needs major reforms to reduce the massive over-representation of Indigenous people in jail.

Adelaide’s groundwater supplies might be much more limited than previously believed.

Plans are proceeding for a nuclear waste dump in South Australia’s outback.

Exploration is increasing despite the NT’s fracking ban.

Logan City Mayor Luke Smith has been hit with several corruption charges.

Adani's plan to drain billions of litres of groundwater could destroy one of the world's last unspoiled desert oases.

Thousands of protestors have taken to Sydney streets to call for more renewable energy.

Environmentalists say Queensland’s new land-clearing laws have big loopholes that will allow the clearing of high-value land to continue.

The Kaurna people have been officially recognised as the traditional land owners for most of Adelaide ...

Concern has been raised that Brisbane City Council's investment arm could put $270 million of ratepayer funds at risk.

An official report says Victorian councils need better methods to measure the outcomes of economic development projects.

Gold Coast City Council will collect large amounts of data from its free Wi-Fi service.

The council-owned TasWater has signed a deal with Tasmania’s famous museum to upgrade sewerage infrastructure.

March 22 is World Water Day – a day set aside to focus on one of the most important elements of life on Earth.

New marine park management plans have been labelled the “largest removal of marine area from conservation ever”.

The Queensland Government says it wants the state to stop being used as a dumping ground.

Plans to build a wind farm between Canberra and Goulburn have been withdrawn.

New healthcare spending is expected after the SA Liberals claimed victory in the state election.

The NSW Government has laid out the state's infrastructure strategy for the next 20 years.

Some sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise in Western Australia, with Aboriginal communities hit particularly hard.

Queensland indigenous councils are set to benefit from new spending on water and waste infrastructure.

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