Mayors, councillors and local government reps from around the country have donated coats for the homeless.

Ipswich City Council is taking legal action to avoid the sack.

Hobart’s Lord Mayor has been forced to defend his role after criticising a major money-maker for Tasmania.

The WA Government says it will commercialise part of its land titles register.

The NSW Government says it cannot ban toxic PFAS chemicals.

A coronial inquest has begun reviewing the deaths of 10 people in a thunderstorm asthma event in 2016.

A scientist has accused the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) of “interfering” with his work.

The owner of the former Anglesea power plant will try to demolish it for a second time, after its first attempt failed.

Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer has been jailed for rigging the 2012 local NSW Government election.

NBN Co is looking at a new pricing regime that could see internet access in the bush attract higher charges.

The Queensland Government will use $100 million from a new waste levy to help turn waste into energy.

A targeted vaccine program has helped close a health gap for Indigenous kids.

Residents of Glenorchy in Tasmania are facing a steep rise in rates linked to years of mismanagement.

Reports say Ipswich City Council took out a second legal assistance insurance policy in the months before former mayor Paul Pisasale resigned from office.

Bike-sharing firm oBike has announced it will pull out of Melbourne.

The Queensland Government has overridden a local government decision on a billion-dollar development proposal for Hummock Hill Island off the coast of Gladstone.

Woolworths’ ban on single-use plastic bags starts today.

Official data suggests some of Australia's poorest communities have been drinking water high in uranium.

The Department of Defence has been slammed at a community meeting in Katherine over the PFAS chemical contamination scandal.

The Northern Australian Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) will fund a $516 million solar/hydro project in far north Queensland.

A group of Tasmania’s peak bodies want a review of short stay accommodation like AirBnB in Tasmania.

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