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".
A powerful alternative to the negatives of fast food is having a positive impact on the people who choose what they eat.
Aboriginal people in Arnhem Land have partnered with a Melbourne-based company to develop doughnuts, curries and other products from their bush tucker.
Stanthorpe's Big Thermometer is being added to an ever-growing list of big things that Australian families have loved for decades as they hit the road on holiday.
An historic Qantas plane, that popularised luxury international air travel, has been restored and put on display in Western Queensland.
For a town with one watering hole left, there was very little choice for Leanne Brosnan but to ensure the pub remained the heart and soul of Thallon.