Local government lobbies say China’s ban on imports of recyclable waste should be used as an opportunity for change.

No final conclusions have been reached in the investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Robert Doyle ...

The attempted ‘FIFO Mayor’ of Ararat has resigned.

Notices to stop drinking water have been posted in a community that sits 70km downstream from a lead, zinc and silver mine.

NBN Co has been accused of misusing its Sky Muster satellite service.

Environment Victoria wants a $90 million “clean coal” fun to be spent on the transition away from reliance on coal.

The NT Government has announced it will lift its moratorium on fracking, triggering almost immediate protests.

Water restrictions in Katherine will stay for several more years, with progress on a solution to PFAS contamination still a long way off.

The Queensland Government is keeping facial recognition software installed for the Commonwealth Games in place, but will not say when it will be used.

The Victorian Government has opened its infrastructure plans up to a public vote.

A CSIRO firm has secured funding for its advanced video telehealth platform.

The Federal Government is loosening the requirements for NAIF funding.

Ipswich City Council is scrapping its recycling service and will simply dump the waste instead.

A former Ipswich City Council CEO has been hit with new corruption charges.

The NSW Government has promised to keep a major release of environmental water into the Barwon-Darling system away from irrigators.

TasWater says salmon company Tassal should not be blame for water restrictions at Orford and Triabunna.

A report on issues in NT aboriginal town camps has been released after two years, but there will be more delays before new policies can be formed.

Authorities want Australia to take a more circular approach to recycling.

A corruption inquiry in NSW has heard a council general manager was “blackmailed” into hiring a planning director.

Free blood tests are being offered after the discovery of potentially toxic PFAS chemicals in drinking water in northern Australia.

The NSW Government is being sued by the sub-contractor for its Sydney light rail project.

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