Zipline plan dumped for Mount Coot-tha, Brissbane council says

The Brisbane City Council scraps its support for the controversial Mt Coot-tha zipline project, with Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner saying in a statement that protecting the area is his priority going forward.

Ocean shopping-trolley graveyard and the rising cost of cleaning it up

A regional council left with a massive bill for removing 500 trolleys from an underwater graveyard near its wharf says it could force major retailers Coles and Woolworths to pay.

Naked protesters turn Brexit debate on head, turning other cheek over climate change

A British parliamentary debate on Brexit is temporarily disrupted when a group of 14 people strip to their underpants in the public gallery of the House of Commons.

How carbon farming is helping regenerate the outback

The demand for carbon farming projects is growing in south-west Queensland with one Indigenous group looking to the initiative to regenerate the bush.

Climate change and when human nature can be to deny nature

Why do so many people in regional and rural areas not believe in climate change? The answer could have more to do with human nature than scientific reasoning.

Conservationists push to save critically endangered regent honeyeater’s only known breeding site from development

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.

We asked for your election questions — you told us three things

Over the past seven weeks, ABC readers have been submitting questions about the NSW election — in the process, you actually told us three things would decide your vote this Saturday. Here's a peek.