Narooma is a haven for holidaymakers and sea-changers, but many young people are finding it impossible to rent in their own home town.
Fifty of the nation's senior leaders in business, academia and the non-government sector have joined with the CSIRO to warn that Australia will drift into a future of economic decline unless it takes decisive action on crucial issues. The report looks at two scenarios, one if the country stays on current policy settings and one if it takes a more ambitious track.
A new video shows Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch telling a room full of people she has shed tears over the approval of Adani's Carmichael coal mine, while also saying current environmental legislation is flawed.
A proposed $2 billion Indigenous-led coal-fired power station in Collinsville in North Queensland — developed by Brisbane-based Indigenous company Shine Energy and headed by traditional Biri man Ashley Dodd — is set to revive one of the country's oldest coal towns.
Residents of a small Victorian town are up in arms over the relocation of their heritage-listed former police station, which they say "quietly disappeared" on a truck overnight.
Australia's largest integrated battery and solar farm in Victoria's north can power 16,000 homes. It was officially opened today.
Indian mining firm Adani says it expects to start work on its coal mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin within weeks, creating thousands of jobs. But how exactly will that future unfold from here?
After nearly nine years in the planning, fierce protests and endless political debate, mining giant Adani is granted its final environmental approval and can now begin work on its Carmichael mine.
What is believed to be the world's first inflatable surf reef is set to be installed at a beach in Western Australia.
The iconic breed first saved Casterton in 1997. Now, 23 years later and they've done it again.
Parishioners in rural communities are increasingly perform the role of priests, taking funerals and Sunday celebrations into their own hands.
Volunteers plant more than 700 trees to create a curtain of greenery in a bid to protect Queensland's largest turtle rookery.
Melbourne and Sydney are among the fastest growing cities in the developed world, but that growth is coming at expense of other parts of Australia. Many regional areas and the smaller capitals are begging for workers. The Government's solution is migration but with many young Australians struggling to find work, unions are critical of the plan.
In Queensland's coal heartland, a number of locals are trading in their mining jobs to work in the renewables sector.