Australia is being warned its return to its Pacific neighbours after years of neglect risks being undermined by the Government's intransigence on the region's main threat: climate change.
An upcoming NSW forestry agreement could intensify logging in an area described as a 'global treasure', so a young Coffs Harbour hinterland boy wants industry to come clean about its impacts.
Tasmanian Aboriginal groups say they have been "sidelined" by both the state and federal governments' decision to greenlight a fly-in-fly-out luxury camp in the heart of Tasmania's remote World Heritage Area.
Biomass, or burning forests for electricity, is being recommended to the NSW Government as a renewable energy. But is it a good choice for tackling climate change?
A regional South Australian council has begun removing about 500 trolleys from waters near its wharf, amid concerns over community safety.
Locals angered by noises and a light in the sky have a nearby gas plant to blame, according to officials, but they may have to put up with it for a little longer.
As Queensland's population continues to swell, the State Government is throwing open the doors with a website designed to give the public troves of data to ensure growth is delivered to all the right places.
The Supreme Court has ordered a Panama-based company to cough up millions in costs to Victoria's environment watchdog over a huge tyre dump in the state's west.
Bee corpses are piling up in backyards in the town of Peterborough, prompting dark suspicions from locals and theories from academics. But no one knows what is causing the deaths.