Some rural councils are celebrating a renewable energy boom in Queensland.

Ipswich City councillors will soon attend what is expected to be their final meeting.

Traditional owners who oppose the Adani mine are at risk of having their native title rights extinguished.

NBN chief Bill Morrow has backpedalled on charges that could have seen regional customers paying more for broadband services.

Victoria has announced a $1.24 billion solar panel subsidy scheme.

Hobart is looking at compulsory voting to improve youth turnout.

An innovative new program could help Queensland shed its title of Australia’s most littered state.

West Australian councils are celebrating continued funding for vital Community Resource Centres.

The commodity forecaster says Australia’s water market could cope with another big drought.

Conservationists have gained access to documents that coal giant Adani tried hard to keep hidden.

The Northern Territory Government says it has fixed water contamination in one small mining town, but locals are sceptical.

Contamination in a Bundaberg suburb's water supply has been linked to historic PFAS use.

NT Worksafe has launched an investigation after a woman was hospitalised at the Darwin Festival last week.

A new academic effort has been created to assess the impact of artificial intelligence on ...

The Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) has said goodbye to its longest-serving employee.

Libraries across NSW are calling for a doubling in State Government funding to ensure their long-term viability.

Environmentalists say new Queensland laws would allow companies to avoid rehabilitating some mine sites.

A class action has been filed against the Defence Department over PFAS contamination.

The Medical Board of Australia (MBA) is cracking down on incompetent international doctors.

The Northern Territory says progress is being slowed by excess regional telecommunications reviews.

Sea Shepherd is changing course in an attempt to stop Adani's Carmichael coal project.

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