Tensions are high at TasWater, where a state takeover is looming.

South Australia has launched a $140 million flood mitigation plan for Adelaide.

The Queensland Government has been slammed for appointing an Adani director to oversee the Abbot Point coal port.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) says Australia should get into carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.

Australian research engineers have gathered footage from cameras mounted on wild dolphins off the coast New Zealand.

The level of oxygen in the oceans is dropping, threatening the habitat, behaviour and viability of fish stocks.

ARENA has approved a $450,000 pumped hydro energy storage project for South Australia.

The Northern Territory Government has been accused of redirecting money meant for cleaning up old mines.

The two tiers of Tasmanian government are at war over water works.

Upgrades to Adelaide’s underground water system have been accelerated.

Australian firm Monadelphous has entered into a joint venture with US firm Jacobs Engineering to access PNG oil.

Greens Senator Larissa Waters has been forced to retract claims about coal miner Adani’s chief executive.

It is slow going at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, where high levels of radiation continue to hamper efforts.

The Federal Government says it is making it easier for struggling farmers to access support payments.

The NSW town of Narrabri is being divided over coal seam gas.

The Tasmanian Greens want Launceston's outdated water and sewerage system to be fixed with a government windfall.

The Opposition wants the MDBP to deliver an extra 450 gigalitres of water for the environment.

The Northern Territory Government has announced a review of over 90 water licences.

Industrial chemicals have made their way to the Earth’s deepest ocean trenches.

The Federal Government agency looking at Adani’s $1 billion loan request will not have to give details to the public.

The Queensland Government has uncovered a large coal spill at a mining port near the Great Barrier Reef.

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