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.
A clash with the WA Government over funding, teaches organisers of regional community centres the power of social media in telling their stories and harnessing collective power.
Choosing an outfit is something most of us take for granted, but for tens of thousands of Australians with disabilities it can be a painful experience. But a small coterie of Australian designers are out to change that.
A draft report from the Productivity Commission calls for the formation of the Ministry of Defence Personnel and Veterans to deal with policy, with a Veteran Services Commission providing support in what would be the biggest shake-up to the portfolio since World War II.
Australia has a new conservative lobby group that wants to knock on your door, get in your ear and ultimately swing your vote.
Workers and residents of a Hunter Valley disability services company are distraught over loss of their home, community and livelihood.
For several years the Northern Territory's population has been shrinking, and the news about the economy hasn't been encouraging. But many long-term Territorians still love to call it home.
The community of Karen refugees living in Bendigo Victoria have contributed almost $70m to the local economy, with a new report highlighting the economic potential of regional refugee re-settlement.
The forced closure of a country 'booze bus' service will remove the only safe transport option in the town, and locals warn the closure will cause drivers to take risks on the road.
A powerful alternative to the negatives of fast food is having a positive impact on the people who choose what they eat.