A new report could test the resolve of infrastructure-friendly but ecologically-ignorant politicians.

New South Wales is getting a gauge of its uranium supplies, in a move that many consider a step towards new mining ventures.

Two states’ minerals councils have lobbed volleys at The Australia Institute, accusing it of fudging its numbers to fight an ideological war.

Gambling and its impact on public health will be a key focus for a major conference this week.

Tails of dodgy developers and paper bags stuffed with dirty funds have shaken NSW politics, and a new inquiry seeks to check the foundation of the dubious building approvals.

While the adage contends that it takes a whole village to raise a child, a new program shows a village of children could just raise themselves, almost.

The New South Wales Government has poured $1 billion into its local government sector.

A Local Government Electoral Review Panel has found a few holes to patch in Victoria's electoral system.

Western Australia's regional council borders appear safe for now.

The optimism of Wide Bay treasure-hunters is taking a toll on the local council.

University of Adelaide researchers have found a strong desire among South Australian residents for the establishment of a corruption court.

A community group in New South Wales has opened fire on the state’s water authorities, saying they have shown a shocking lack of transparency around a major wetlands preservation project.

A snarling mechanical behemoth has knocked crocodiles off their spot as the scariest thing inthe Northern Territory.

Metropolitan living is taking a toll on the residents of Melbourne’s Yarra River.

Re-awakening a dormant casino could be a big win for an isolated outpost, according to a report on boosting regional economies.

Government should not only be for the rich, one Local Government Association chief says.

Just days after the Roads to Recovery funds were finally secured, Queensland local governments say the state has plundered another source of infrastructure funds.

Legislation has passed in the Senate to continue funding for the Roads to Recovery scheme to 2019, but it has received a mixed reaction from local government bodies.

One New South Wales council is striding into a safe and stylish future, installing 400 metre glow-in-the-dark path over its railway.

State governments and small communities are filling the gap left by a Federal Government that seems unwilling to change.

A new research project is seeking the source of strength and cultural heritage to improve regional communities.

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