Tasmania trades on its reputation for unspoiled and beautiful natural landscapes — but a recent study shows some lakes in the state's Wilderness World Heritage Area have metal contamination levels among the highest ever recorded.
Producers describe plans for a new abattoir near Port Pirie as a "complete game changer" for pastoralists, saving them thousands in freight costs.
One of the nation's biggest meat wholesalers believes Australians eat too much meat and says people should focus more on quality than quantity.
The demand for carbon farming projects is growing in south-west Queensland with one Indigenous group looking to the initiative to regenerate the bush.
It took a German engineer who spoke limited English three years — and flat-pack parts sourced from China and Taiwan — to build the first electric car to be manufactured in Australia.
It took a German engineer who spoke limited English three years — and flat-pack parts sourced from China and Taiwan — to build one of the first electric cars to be manufactured in Australia.
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.
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.
The Latrobe Valley community is optimistic two years after the Hazelwood power station closed, but coal continues to dominate the debate.