A record 17 candidates are on the ballot for the upcoming Rockhampton mayoral race.

The South Australian Government has approved drilling on a sacred Aboriginal site.

At least 26 refugees and asylum seekers have been freed from a Melbourne hotel after years in immigration detention.

A drop in Australia's unemployment level has been taken as an early sign of economic recovery.

Most Victorian hunters cannot identify the type of ducks they are allowed to shoot.

Millions are being poured into the Victorian recycling sector.

A new app has been launched to help vulnerable Australians learn about lung health.

The NT government has announced details of its $64 million child protection system overhaul.

The ACCC has released a report saying Northern Australian communities need more affordable insurance.

The administrator of NSW’s Central Coast Council says finding a new CEO is one of his main goals for 2021.

Local government advocates in SA want advice on running meetings online.

BHP's environmental licences in the Pilbara town of Newman will be tested by the state government.

The rehab plan for an old NT uranium mine has been deemed “woefully inadequate”.

Some WA iron ore exports will face new charges aimed at mitigating dust pollution problems.

Authorities claim the River Murray will continue to flow at maximum capacity over summer to meet demand for water through the system.

Planning has begun for a massive 500MW battery west of Sydney.

Traditional owners have been given rights to a river system for the first time in Victoria’s history.

A Melbourne council has saved its local RSL venue from being swamped with poker machines.

New funds should help NSW councils build a more climate resilient future.

Deputy NSW Premier John Barilaro will face a parliamentary inquiry into alleged council pork-barrelling.

The Victorian Ombudsman says the State Government breached human rights laws in some COVID-19 lockdowns.

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