City-goers will see more electric scooters on the streets of Brisbane, including an advanced second-generation model that will stop working in illegal zones such as Queen Street Mall or parts of South Bank.
Transparent recycling bins have been proposed by an Adelaide councillor "to encourage positive behavioural change" and help tourists use public bins correctly.
A south-east Queensland council with more than 700 memorabilia items — the bulk of which is believed to have been bought with ratepayers' money — is asking the community what should be done with the haul.
What is believed to be the world's first inflatable surf reef is set to be installed at a beach in Western Australia.
In the close-knit communities nestled amongst World Heritage-listed rainforest, the debate over clean energy gets dirty with stories of propaganda campaigns circling. Surprisingly, it's the environmentalists who are trying to stop the solar-to-hydrogen microgrid.
Darwin City Council looks into the possibility of a new "landmark feature" that could become "an iconic tourist trap" and entice visitors into posting on social media.
From nets that catch litter coming out of storm drains to roads made of recycled rubbish, some small West Australian councils are attracting global attention for their environmental ideas.
A massive powerline that would run through the properties of 17 private landowners on Tasmania's north-west coast has sparked fury from farmers who say they've received letters "threatening" to compulsorily acquire their land.
Gold Coast's Mayor proposes exhuming bodies from overcrowded cemeteries to then rebury them stacked on top each other — the current policy of new burial plot purchases.
In Queensland's coal heartland, a number of locals are trading in their mining jobs to work in the renewables sector.