South Australia's Murray Darling Basin Royal Commission will not cross–examine federal officials.

NSW public libraries have welcomed a $60 million funding commitment.

Scientists say giant dams could turn north QLD, WA and the NT into even greater agricultural food bowls.

Queensland’s corruption watchdog has some suggestions for councils.

The former president of the NFF says federal politicians are ignoring the link between drought and climate change.

American legal activist Erin Brockovich has arrived in Australia for a lawsuit against the Department of Defence.

Two Cotton farm executives have been arrested over an alleged $20 million fraud involving water-saving funds.

The NSW Government will spend $72 million from its Climate Change Fund to help businesses and households reduce energy costs.

The Queensland parliament has dismissed the Ipswich City Council.

The Tasman Council has voted against a proposed merge with Sorell.

Barnaby Joyce has been accused of tilting the MDBA towards irrigation interests over the environment.

TasWater says it has removed all of its boil water alerts across the island state.

Trust and confidence in all levels of Australian government is on the decline.

Rural Victorians have launched a global campaign to stop water from local supplies being bottled.

Some rural councils are celebrating a renewable energy boom in Queensland.

Ipswich City councillors will soon attend what is expected to be their final meeting.

Traditional owners who oppose the Adani mine are at risk of having their native title rights extinguished.

NBN chief Bill Morrow has backpedalled on charges that could have seen regional customers paying more for broadband services.

Victoria has announced a $1.24 billion solar panel subsidy scheme.

Hobart is looking at compulsory voting to improve youth turnout.

An innovative new program could help Queensland shed its title of Australia’s most littered state.

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