Gold Coast Council has decided not to turn part of a freshwater lake into a carpark.

The Chair of the Council of Capital City Lord Mayors has called for climate change assistance.

Queensland’s Cubbie Station has opened its gates in an attempt to improve its damaged reputation.

The mass of Greenland’s ice cap melt has been measured by satellites.

A new study attempts to pinpoint the origin of modern humans with the greatest accuracy yet.

Details have been revealed about two chemical leaks from metals processor Nyrstar into Port Pirie's groundwater.

Scientists say plants appear to ‘panic’ in reaction to rain.

The chairman of Alinta Energy says big lobbies are undermining climate change policy.

A leading water researcher says government water reforms have worsened the effects of the drought.

Australia’s largest ever class action has been launched over PFAS contamination.

A farmer is the first person in Australia to launch legal action claiming Roundup caused his cancer.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has provided little explanation for using doctored documents to criticise Sydney’s lord mayor.

Leaks suggest one of the major contractors for the Carmichael mine has been rocked by internal dissent.

Origin Energy boss Frank Calabria says the era of new coal power is over.

A council-funded self-generating power pod is being trialled on a cattle property in rural Queensland.

Researchers are trying to reverse engineer one of nature’s toughest materials – mother of pearl.

The National Carp Control Plan (NCCP) will soon make recommendations about the release of carp herpes virus.

Cold ocean waters are welcomed by beachgoers in the heat of summer, but may in fact be corroding coastal ecosystems.

Australian scientists have found a new way to develop drought-resilient crops.

An independent inquiry into the treatment of retired racehorses and allegations of animal cruelty at abattoirs has been announced.

Scientists have studied the broad importance of krill – one of the animals lowest on the food chain.

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