Melbourne City Council has voted on new measures to halve the number of cars driving through Melbourne’s CBD.

New funding means residents of Euchareena in New South Wales will no longer pay thousands of dollars a year to truck water into their town.

An analysis of wastewater has revealed socioeconomic links to diet and drug consumption.

Dozens of South Australian buildings require urgent remedial work for flammable aluminium cladding ...

Concern has been raised about a big agricultural company’s plans to buy up groundwater.

The Federal Government’s says its new billion-dollar dam package for NSW will see “bulldozers in the ground” next year.

Despite a sharp rise in use, WA’s water minister says water-saving messages are cutting through.

The Perth Mint is selling a new cryptocurrency backed by real gold.

Teachers are being offered a $50,000 cash incentive to work at Victoria's toughest schools.

Victorian councils have threatened to sue over “unacceptable service” from Fines Victoria.

The NSW Government is taking submissions about its pub lock-out laws.

Warrnambool City Council leaders have been accused of silencing claims of fraudulent spending and cover-ups.

NSW communities have testified about how the Murray-Darling Basin Plan has negatively impacted upon their lives.

Helicopters slung with high-tech sensors are being sent on a water search in remote New South Wales.

A Senate committee has recommended authorities relax maintenance requirements for aircraft involved in medical charity flights.

Thousands of protesters are disrupting major cities for two weeks of Extinction Rebellion protests.

A Melbourne council has dropped all charges against a catering business that was shut down over a slug in its kitchen.

WA’s Horizon Power is pulling down parts of its overhead network and replacing it with a renewable microgrid.

Victorian councils are making changes in an attempt to deal with an ongoing recycling crisis.

A damning report has revealed a high risk of corruption within local government in Victoria.

A Tasmanian councillor has resigned live on radio, saying ongoing “personal attacks” and online harassment have been “too much”.

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