The Barossa Valley is recognised for its wine and tourism, but some bird species are beginning to disappear because of habitat fragmentation and noisy miners.
Up to 40,000 people are suing the Federal Government over PFAS chemical contamination, arguing their property values have plummeted. It’s the largest class action in Australian history — and it’s backed by Erin Brockovich….
Artist’s impressions reveal an indoor garden and towering ceilings but residents living near the multi-billion-dollar project may have to wait years before finding out the exact location of flight paths.
The earliest ancestors of anatomically modern humans likely emerged in southern Africa, new Australian-led research suggests.
Maryanne Slattery, a senior water researcher at the Australia Institute, tells a Q&A audience that the Murray-Darling Basin Plan is a “train wreck” and government water reforms have “exacerbated this drought”.
An influenza outbreak among newborn babies at Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital results in dozens being given antiviral medication and isolated in closed cots.
White text saying “Jesus Loves You” is sprayed across a colourful path celebrating Adelaide’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
A South Australian real estate agent made notorious by Today Tonight is banned from practising and fined $7,500 for labelling a tenant a “Centrelink dweller” and tribunal members “incompetent”.
Firefighters are battling to stop a large bushfire from destroying the tinder-dry Ramsar-protected Macquarie Marshes in western New South Wales.
One of the nation’s most respected business leaders is highly critical of lobby groups such as the Business Council and Minerals Council of Australia over their stance on climate change.