NSW councils have welcomed a decision to reverse a new charge on councils and ratepayers.

Former Exmouth shire officers are facing court accused of falsifying records.

Aboriginal groups have slammed plans for a new prison in the Northern Territory.

Experts say the NSW Government must be able to issue health warnings about the contamination of popular swimming spots.

Infrastructure Australia says the nation should be in an almost perpetual construction boom.

The ACCC has commenced its inquiry into water-trading markets in the Murray-Darling Basin.

The Federal Government has allocated $20 million for Australia's recycling industry to begin banning waste exports.

A council has apologised for vandalising its own cemetery.

A former public servant has lost a free speech High Court case over tweets criticising government policies.

Revelations are tumbling out of an inquiry into operations and affairs at the City of Perth.

The water supply in the Queensland town of Stanthorpe is weeks away from drying up.

An estimated 4,600 tonnes of Victorian recyclables are being dumped in landfill this week.

Menindee locals say they have been asked to sign a waiver stating they will not sue over drinking water issues.

The Productivity Commission is reviewing mining project approval delays.

A federal MP has called for the Chinese lease on Darwin Port to be scrapped, and for the site to be ‘nationalised’.

The Victorian Government has put up funds for a dark matter laboratory located in an old gold mine.

The Australian Government’s ‘No Jab, No Pay’ vaccination policy may disproportionately impact low-income families, new research suggests.

Governments have agreed to put a new inspector-general in charge of tackling water theft and other integrity issues.

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