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.
Many metropolitan business have got cooperatives down to a fine art, but it's in the bush that the business model can have a real and lasting impact.
Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior, has lead a protest of hundreds of people campaigning against Norweign company Equinor drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight.
Representatives from all levels of government jet into Tennant Creek to sign a "statement of intent" to progress a regional deal for the outback region, but no specific projects are announced.
Tennis is emerging as the dominant sport and social event in some tiny towns as small communities battle to maintain social networks.
There are hopes that a remote region in WA's outback will be the first to become a global geopark recognised by UNESCO.
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.
The fate of an old pub in NSW will come down to $100 and an ingenious proposal to make sure the historic building goes to someone who will maintain its heritage features.
Nestled on hot red sand 563 kilometres from Adelaide, Roxby Downs officially opened in November 1988 to service BHP's Olympic Dam mine. There are currently 300 jobs available in the town, and plans are being made for the next 100 years.