New research suggests Sydney's drinking water catchment is under threat from longwall mining operations.

Victorian Aboriginal communities will soon elect representatives to draw lines for negotiating a treaty.

Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale will stand trial on more than a dozen charges, including two of sexual assault.

There is concern about a decision to award Optus a contract for remote mobile towers.

The Alice Springs council has thrown up a hurdle for the proposed National Indigenous Art Gallery.

The LGAQ wants input for its submission on remote area tax concessions.

A bureaucratic effort to understand Australia’s climate risks appears to have slowed down.

The WA Government is selling property and land data agency Landgate for $1.41 billion ...

Traditional owners in NSW have welcomed a doubling of the size of the Aboriginal-owned Mutawintji State Conservation Area.

A Victorian council wants to re-route treated sewage for use on farms.

The WA Government has released a new greenhouse gas emissions policy for projects assessed by the EPA.

One of the wettest places in WA is running dry, but a new pipeline is on the way.

Questions have been asked about links between Gold Coast councillors and property developers who had rental fees waived.

A former deputy mayor who anonymously published election pamphlets has pleaded guilty.

Foreign investors have purchased hundreds of hectares of WA land on which to build a rural Chinatown.

A new plan will see teachers offered up to $50,000 to relocate from Melbourne to rural and regional schools.

Questions are being asked about a secretive land deal behind a controversial highway upgrade in Victoria.

SafeWork SA has been told to change its policies after mishandling an investigation.

The Murray-Darling Basin's new ‘top cop’ has vowed to restore trust in the $13 billion basin plan.

The federal government has missed a deadline for new biosecurity protections.

One of Australia’s major Indigenous land councils wants Chinese investment into Aboriginal land in the NT.

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