Former prime minister Tony Abbott has made his first trip to the NT as Indigenous affairs envoy.

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has published a list of legislation and plans in a new central location.

Melbourne residents are being told to steer clear of certain rivers.

Experts say highly saline flows from the Sydney Desalination Plant will not affect surrounding marine life as commonly believed.

Two Glenorchy aldermen are facing charges over alleged breaches of conflict of interest.

About a third of people working in public administration report being victims of sexual harassment at work.

Local government advocates say NSW’s cap on council rates is just a political sleight of hand.

Nominations for the 2018 South Australian council elections have reached a twenty-year high.

The Prime Minister has ordered a royal commission into Australia's aged-care sector.

The Queensland Government says the Adani mine site will remain under native title until finance is confirmed.

All tiers of government have come together for the first Digital Council meeting.

Experts say major fracking companies should not be allowed to measure their own environmental impacts.

A new survey shows most Australians want a focus on local government issues at the next federal election.

The Grattan Institute says regional towns should focus on keeping current residents before trying to attract new ones.

Queensland wants to become a leader in Australia's space race.

Vaccination rates appear to have increased since welfare payments were cut for unvaccinated children.

Authorities are using satellites to keep track of river flows in the northern Murray–Darling Basin in a bid to guard against water theft.

Port Lincoln City Council in South Australia has joined a list of councils who oppose drilling in the Great Australian Bight.

CSIRO has completed a three-year study of air quality in CSG-heavy areas of Queensland.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he will scrap the National Energy Guarantee (NEG).

Residents of a small town in north-east Victoria are taking power prices into their own hands.

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