The NSW Government has delayed upcoming council elections.

The SA Government wants feedback on draft local government reforms.

Advocates want more people to run for council positions in the Northern Territory.

New data shows key Closing the Gap targets are not on track.

The Hobart City Council has rejected a proposed cable car for kunanyi/Mount Wellington.

Australia’s top legal officers have been accused of “failure” by not raising the age of criminal responsibility.

Yarra Valley Water is working on a system that will let it detect leaks across its network in almost real time.

Thirty years of progress has been made in the understanding and treatment of the soil-dwelling melioidosis disease.

The NSW Government has rejected proposals to demerge two local councils.

The Local Government Association or Queensland wants councils reimbursed for the cost of managing border closures.

Native title rights have been secured for more than three million hectares of land in outback Queensland.

A compulsory acquisition will see almost 150 hectares of southern Gold Coast land become one of the largest eco-parks in the country.

The Audit Office has once again found the Coalition allocated funding to marginal seats it wants to win.

The Federal Government is working hard to keep a report on the ‘sports rorts’ affair away from the media.

The Senate is reviewing sexual assault allegations at the state’s mine sites.

While builders protest at the forced shutdown of construction activities in NSW, experts have estimated the cost.

Major Victorian water authorities are collaborating on a new project to turn waste solids into carbon-rich charcoal.

WA has signed off on a five-year Native Title transfer to the Noongar Land Estate.

NSW councils have welcomed a big support package from state and federal governments.

The Darwin council wants Territory Day cracker night to be changed because of bushfire risk.

Doctors say ongoing negotiations are putting health services in regional SA at risk.

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