Traditional owners say they will use every legal option to argue that Adani’s Carmichael coal mine poses ‘alarming’ risk to sacred wetlands.

Water businesses have been accused of breaking the law with recent groundwater extractions in NSW.

Adani does not have enough water permits to cover the construction of its Carmichael mine, analysis suggests.

Labor has pledged $75 million to explore for next-generation materials.

An anti-coal convoy has been met with a frosty welcome in the tiny Queensland coal-mining town of Clermont.

South Australian businesses say energy transmission lines are driving big, ‘unfair’ losses.

New data exposes deteriorating waiting times and safety concerns in Sydney emergency departments.

The Coalition appears to have signed off on a controversial uranium mine one day before calling the federal election, and did not announce it until the day before Anzac Day.

The Gold Coast City Council and Mayor Tom Tate have been cleared of several corruption allegations.

Scientists want councils’ input on the sustainable development of Australia’s cities and urban settlements.

Barnaby Joyce wants to redirect water to the desert to reduce the effects of drought.

Scientists have created a 40-square-kilometre sanctuary for native Australian animals.

The owners of a much-lauded nickel mining project in Tasmania's west say a rates stoush has stalled their plans.

Australia’s recycling industry may not be doing nearly as much recycling as many people believe.

The Victorian Government is changing the rules for its supervised safe injecting room.

Melbourne buskers will soon face judges in public auditions as new permit regulations come into effect.

Hobart councillors are expected to extend the city’s smoking ban.

A new report has found that climate change and water access agreements led to mass fish deaths in the lower Darling.

Experts have questioned the energy efficiency of new homes in WA.

An investigation into a remote work for the dole provider will look at claims of repeated safety breaches.

Animal rights activists who invade Queensland farms and abattoirs will soon face new fines.

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