A majority of residents in the SA town of Kimba have voted in favour of a nuclear waste dump.

The Victorian Government has announced a multi-million-dollar plan to end native logging.

South Australia is turning on its desal plant so that upstream farms can have more water.

Sacred Indigenous artefacts have been returned to traditional owners after almost a century in US museums.

The Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) wants large organisations to pay rates.

The Federal Government is unveiling a reformed $500 million drought stimulus package.

A regional RSL is pushing to have charges laid against the Snowy Monaro Regional Council for allegedly damaging the town’s memorial park with paint.

The Morrison Government's management of a $220 million regional jobs scheme is being strongly criticised.

Indigenous academics are calling for a new look at the governance and practices of mainstream environmental management.

A list of 444 NSW buildings potentially clad in flammable material will not be made public.

Authorities in New Delhi have declared a public health emergency due to incredible levels of air pollution.

Experts say Australia should adopt pill testing, but lacks the political will to do so.

Drinking water in a remote Aboriginal town in SA has run out.

Experts are calling on the Federal Government to declare a water emergency in the Murray-Darling Basin.

Gold Coast Council has decided not to turn part of a freshwater lake into a carpark.

The Chair of the Council of Capital City Lord Mayors has called for climate change assistance.

Western Sydney councils say there needs to be tougher laws on shopping trolley dumping.

WA’s council lobby supports a registration scheme for AirBnB and other short stay accommodation.

A Queensland town is offering free water to struggling communities, if they can come and get it.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has provided little explanation for using doctored documents to criticise Sydney’s lord mayor.

A council-funded self-generating power pod is being trialled on a cattle property in rural Queensland.

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