A high-profile lawyer has been flown into Australia as a new list of PFAS-contaminated sites emerges.

The Federal Water Minister has announced the Native Fish Emergency Response Plan for the 2019–20 Summer ...

The promised Snowy Hydro 2.0 project has been described as “too expensive” by a leading energy expert.

The Federal Government has been warned that intervention in the water market could have “dire consequences”.

New funding means residents of Euchareena in New South Wales will no longer pay thousands of dollars a year to truck water into their town.

An analysis of wastewater has revealed socioeconomic links to diet and drug consumption.

Concern has been raised about a big agricultural company’s plans to buy up groundwater.

The Federal Government’s says its new billion-dollar dam package for NSW will see “bulldozers in the ground” next year.

Despite a sharp rise in use, WA’s water minister says water-saving messages are cutting through.

Australian researchers have created the world’s first comprehensive national-scale map of marine habitats.

Scientists have discovered that cosmic energy can help replenish water on asteroids.

A site has been picked for the $300 million Hughenden Irrigation Project.

New research has identified historical changes in mangrove and salt marsh dominance and distribution over the past 250 years.

NSW communities have testified about how the Murray-Darling Basin Plan has negatively impacted upon their lives.

A giant boom designed to scoop up floating plastic in the Pacific Ocean may have begun working.

Helicopters slung with high-tech sensors are being sent on a water search in remote New South Wales.

New research contradicts Federal Government claims that no new dams are being built.

Scientists have unpicked the influences on a major coral bleaching event in 2016.

Scientists have for the first time accurately measured the amount of carbon being absorbed and emitted by seagrass, mangroves and salt marshes - collectively known as blue carbon.

More drought money has been offered by federal and state governments.

A regional New South Wales council is spraying up to 100,000 litres of water onto roads each day.

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