New claims have emerged in what could be the Morrison Government’s biggest rort yet.

Four Melbourne councils have launched a Supreme Court challenge to Victoria's North East Link project approval.

Melbourne City Council is considering a target for zero emissions by 2040.

The ACT Government says proposed religious freedom laws would seriously threaten human rights protections.

Water restrictions are being relaxed across greater Sydney, but the Greens say the decision is irresponsible.

Melbourne's scandal-plagued Casey council has been sacked.

Reports say state bureaucrats consulted big cotton farmers to justify allowing them to harvest rainfall ...

The laws behind the plan to build a nuclear waste dump in South Australia have been raised in federal parliament.

Concerning new details have emerged about the Federal Government’s two sports rorts.

The latest Closing the Gap report shows that by most socio-economic measures, Indigenous Australians are still behind ...

Queensland will go to the polls for local council elections on March 28, the first for many since revelations of widespread council corruption.

Investigations have found that children's access to disability funding appears to depend on where they live.

Darwin’s Lord Mayor has revoked permits for buskers and street performers in the city’s Smith Street Mall.

The Federal Government says it is cutting red tape for drought support payments.

A native title group in Western Australia has been awarded both native title recognition and a $450 million economic package in an Australian first.

The Federal Government is being accused of a second ‘sports rort’, this time with a $150 million fund ...

Towns running out of water have welcomed a deluge of rain in NSW – but many are still missing out.

The Queensland Government has rushed amendments to allow work to reduce the height of the Paradise Dam.

The WA Government will soon be trucking drinking water into more than a dozen dry towns.

The NSW Government has given the green light to irrigators to harvest rainfall, angering downstream residents.

An interstate stoush is emerging between the New South Wales and Queensland Governments over irrigators extracting water from potential river flows.

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