Josh Meredith lives with Down syndrome and is helping change community attitudes towards disability in the workplace.
A people-powered revolution is taking place in north-east Victoria with the region's first community-led energy network going live.
Co-working office spaces have been a hit with work-at-home professionals or self-employed people seeking a productive environment and sense of belonging, but now they're going a step further.
It is one of Australia's rarest birds, but conservationists say Hunter Valley habitat crucial to the breeding and survival of the regent honeyeater is currently zoned for industrial development and urgently needs protecting.
The steady increase in tourism along Australia's famous Great Ocean Road is having a negative impact on a local surf club, which its president describes as "woeful and shameful" with community safety at risk.
When you register to donate organs you might think that guarantees your wishes to donate — but your family can thwart those plans, and data reveals that in Canberra, seven families have been able to override their family member's decision to donate in the past five years.
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.