rural September 24, 2022
As fire season approaches, a dispute about who is financially responsible for almost $150 million worth of fire trucks is pitting state and local governments against each other, with the assets scattered across more than 100 councils.
resources July 23, 2022
The NSW Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party has lost its only female MP in a battle over water management, prompting a three-way fight for the Murray–Darling Basin.
resources May 7, 2022
Unlikely foot soldiers are taking up the fight to hold onto coal in Hunter and throughout Queensland.
rural May 7, 2022
In the second-safest seat in the country, Queensland’s only ‘Voices’ candidate is pushing the LNP into fighting for the electorate.
rural April 16, 2022
As the people of Lismore attempt to rebuild following the second major flood this year, residents are divided over what to do next and whether to relocate the entire town.
rural April 2, 2022
As further floods tear through southern Queensland and northern New South Wales, communities are exhausted, devastated and searching for answers.
rural March 12, 2022
As extraordinary stories emerge of the rescue efforts in northern New South Wales, with hundreds of people saved, residents describe being completely abandoned by the federal government.
covid-19 December 4, 2021
Recent Covid-19 outbreaks have prompted Territorians to get vaccinated, but the cases tearing through Indigenous communities highlight broader inequalities – and the damage done by deliberate misinformation.