Huge renewable energy resources have been identified across Australia, but planning is lagging to develop a grid network suitable for the transformation that gives certainty to stakeholders.
Adverse possession — more commonly known known as 'squatting laws' — sound like something from the dark ages. But it is a law in operation across the country — as one Sydney family found out
An area bigger than Tasmania has been carved from the habitats of threatened species in just 17 years, prompting one environmental researcher to describe the situation as a "deep shame for Australia".
Sydney's falling apartment prices look set to continue into the next decade, with leading economists and real estate analysts predicting ongoing construction and the rise of so-called zombie blocks will pull prices lower.
Stamp duty is despised by property buyers, and five NSW suburbs pay more than $100 million in stamp duty per year. Ahead of tomorrow's NSW state budget there are calls for stamp duty reform.
More than 60 landholders fighting the New Acland coal mine on Queensland's Darling Downs are dealt a blow as the Supreme Court rejects a Land Court decision that a proposed expansion would be too great a risk to groundwater.
Gas company Linc Energy is found guilty of causing serious environmental harm at its underground coal gasification plant on Queensland's western Darling Downs.
In the 1980s on Victoria's Phillip Island, a little-known state government decision was made to secure the future of the resident little penguin population. But the decision came with considerable heartache.
Queensland farmers say 'enough is enough' as Parliamentary committee seeks feedback on new land clearing laws.
The Federal Government committed $1 billion for Landcare out to 2023 and today it reveals more detail about how that money will be spent.