A bitter and prolonged remote housing spat between Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the Northern Territory Government is resolved, with land councils branding the news as "a relief".
Documents obtained by the ABC reveal Brisbane law firm AJ & Co proposed an aggressive strategy for mining giant Adani to shut down critics and pressure the Queensland Government to bring the Carmichael mine to life.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison rejects suggestions the three ministers have abandoned a sinking ship in an election year after Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion joins Human Services Minister Michael Keenan and Jobs Minister Kelly O'Dwyer in announcing he will retire from politics.
Mining firm Adani is urging the Federal Court to throw out a legal challenge to its Queensland coal mine by five traditional owners, telling the court they have no money to pay costs if the court decision goes against them.
It's one of the most popular walks in northern NSW, but rescuers are warning tourists of the increasing danger of climbing Mount Warning.
A lawyer who negotiated the surrender of two inmates who broke out of Greenough Prison last month says the pair feared for lives while they were on the run.
Author Tim Winton adds his voice to the campaign for Aboriginal rock art on Western Australia's Dampier Archipelago to be World Heritage listed.
The designer of the Aboriginal flag lambasts an idea to police the authenticity of Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander art, believing it to be steeped in "institutional racism".
The Federal Court finds Ankamuthi man Larry Woosup struck a secret deal with mining company Gulf Alumina and siphoned off more than $250,000 without his people's knowledge, and orders him to repay the money by February.