As President Emmanuel Macron's popularity continues to plummet, French protesters take to the streets over rising fuel costs, an issue that taps into broader disquiet about the direction of the Fifth Republic.
From Sao Paulo to Bangalore, researchers have watched Cape Town deal with a crisis that could unfold in their own drought-prone cities. Australian cities need to pay attention.
A controversial development fund, costing Territorians an estimated $200,000 a month despite only making one investment, is dissolved by the Northern Territory Government, freeing up $185 million in funding.
Victorians looking to rent a three-bedroom home in inner Melbourne are on average making $50,000 less than what they need to live without housing stress, a new report finds.
As what will be Adelaide's tallest building is approved, those concerned about a myriad of untenanted buildings in the CBD want to see a replication of the strategy that helped turn Melbourne into the growing city it is today.
Kids who go to school without lunch are no longer going hungry thanks to the contribution of a class of young mums who have gone back to school after having babies.
Hobart is losing grip of its title as Australia’s most affordable city, with the average house price now on par with Adelaide, according to research.
Tourists are lured from across the country to Portland with the promise of catching bluefin tuna, but many hold fears that a cut to quotas could result in a major hit to the town.
It's an unlikely sport to establish in a town with an uncertain future, but the captain, coach and cheerleader has big plans for its underwater hockey league.