Improved public transport, new sporting stadiums and thousands of rooms for accommodation — south-east Queensland has a lot of work to do if a bid to host the 2032 Olympic Games is successful.
A company proposing to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight releases its environment plan, but Greenpeace says it is downplaying the risk of a major spill.
Irrigator Anthony Barlow pleads guilty to water offences, but maintains the former water minister told him he could pump.
The Queensland Government is poised to act against Indian energy giant Adani over the release of coal-laden floodwaters from its coal port at Abbot Point in the state's north.
As climactic extremes dominated 2018, a new UN report shows that global warming will continue to dominate in the long-term.
I am a former Murray-Darling Basin Authority executive who gave evidence at the royal commission, and my concerns were reflected accurately in its sensational report. Australians deserve transparent and legal management of this water resource, funded and owned by all of us, writes Jason Alexandra.
The Murray-Darling Basin Royal Commission finds Commonwealth officials committed gross maladministration, negligence and unlawful actions in drawing up the multi-billion-dollar deal to save Australia's largest river system.
It was Malcolm Turnbull's pet project, so will Snowy Hydro 2.0 survive without him?
The problem with global conservation efforts, according to one expert, is its disregard for the world's poorest people. But some think a strategy at large in the Northern Territory could boost both environmental goals and livelihoods.
Indian miner Adani remains under investigation by the Queensland Government for alleged illegal works on its Carmichael mine site, despite federal authorities ruling out any wrongdoing in October.