The southern Queensland town of Chinchilla is known as the 'melon capital' of the world but challenging times in the industry have forced farmers out.
A frontier opal mining town in remote South Australia prepares to fight the State Government over moves to permanently evict its residents.
Business owners next to the proposed site of a new youth detention centre at Pinelands say the NT Government has disregarded their concerns, skipping through a consultation process and not listening to potential impacts to their businesses.
Locals fear Lithgow could turn into a ghost town if the Wallerawang Power Station — which has sat idle since it closed in 2014 — is not redeveloped soon. But questions are being raised about who will be left with the bill do demolish the site.
The Whyalla community purchased three beach access wheelchairs that have only been used for a few events because they are not covered by public liability insurance.
Tennis is emerging as the dominant sport and social event in some tiny towns as small communities battle to maintain social networks.
A Senate hearing is told the agency at the centre of Barnaby Joyce's controversial decentralisation scheme has convinced just eight of 170 staff to move from Canberra to Armidale.
Maverick Kennedy MP Bob Katter has leveraged support from the Morrison Government for huge irrigation schemes in his electorate.
A project to put street signs in a remote South Australian town was years in the making, but members of the local community have torn them down weeks after being installed.
Prospectors and exploration companies have been re-energised by the discovery of rare gold specimens in outback Western Australia, which could potentially spark a "mini gold rush".