Authorities and the company responsible for 100,000 litres of PFAS-contaminated water which was released into the Shoalhaven River remain tight-lipped about its environmental impact.
The Defence department's secret list of "projects of concern" includes a $3.5 billion helicopter rollout and a system designed to prevent aircraft accidents in conflict zones.
One of the Navy's recently upgraded ANZAC class frigates has been stuck in dry dock since 2017, because the ADF is struggling to find enough sailors to put the warship to sea.
The Trump administration insists climate change is not a big deal, but the Pentagon can see its bases going under water with its own eyes. This is how it's fighting back.
Lowy's Asia Power Index finds China is closing the gap in dominance in the Asia-Pacific between itself and the US, even though the country's economic growth is slowing.
As China and the United States play geopolitical tug-of-war on the global stage, it's feeling a little too close for comfort in one pocket of Australia. Many readers have asked the ABC what might happen here if a conflict breaks out in the region.
What does it take to literally feed our troops? Spoilers: buffalo skewers, lemon-myrtle coated croc and lamb shanks are just a few of the mains on offer.
The Commonwealth Department of Prosecutions lays charges against the Defence Department over the death of a young solder during a live-firing exercise at Mount Bundey in 2017.
China says its navy warned US ships sailing near islands claimed by Beijing in the South China Sea to leave the area and that the US should stop such provocative acts.
United States Marines training in the Northern Territory spend only about $1,164 each over six months, on rotations promoted by the Australian Government as a boost to the ailing local economy.