Residents of Australia's largest outback city and the surrounding region will have access to more reliable and up-to-date weather information, with the Bureau of Meteorology completing significant upgrades to the Kalgoorlie radar.
The next stage of the Morrison Government’s transformation of the recycling industry is underway in Tasmania with the announcement of three jointly funded plastics projects that will reprocess 15,000 tonnes of plastic waste, the equivalent weight of 9,000
The Morrison Government today delivers on its commitment to helping Australia better prepare for, and respond to natural disasters with the official launch of operations for the Australian Climate Service.
Whale ear bones, grey wolf skins, leopard skulls and a monkey paw encased in glass among other gruesome items hidden away in the basement of Canberra’s John Gorton Building will soon have a new home at the Australian Museum in Sydney.
Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley has delivered on commitments to support the increase of Indigenous representation and governance at Kakadu National Park with the approval of a newly expanded Board of Management.
The Federal Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley and Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt will today realise a significant milestone for Traditional Owners, formally handing the Kakadu township of Jabiru to the Mirarr People.