Ever wondered what happened to neighbourhood-wide hard rubbish collection? We did some sleuthing.
Good morning, early birds. Both Coalition and Labor MPs break ranks to support a ban on live exports. Plus, Australian and Chinese warships have a "robust" exchange in the South China Sea. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The lecturer who assigned his students to prank the student newspaper appears to have changed his tune.
What exactly is the Northern Territory's troubled recycling legislation, and what does it have to do with the price of a can of Coke? Lawyer Sarah Burnside explains.
Which govt pays writers to smear opponents? ... the inside word on Coke's anti-recycling putsch ... is the Green Guide staying Green? ...
It looks like state and federal governments will not be binning plans for more cash-for-containers schemes, with Tony Burke announcing support for a national program. Aicha Marhfour examines how a scheme would work.
The dumping and burning of e-waste in Agbogloshie has attracted significant attention from environmental groups, researchers and journalists, writes Clair MacDougall, a journalist in Monrovia, Liberia.
For many of us Christmas is inherently about excess, family, presents and, importantly, food. And all of this would not be such a bad thing, if so much of it didn’t go to waste, writes Larissa Ocampo.
Australians were urged to recycle the more than 260 litres of bottled water they consumed last year. Yet none of those bottles were made from recycled plastic, writes Nicole Gooch.