Concerns are arising that New South Wales’ new water sharing regulations have given coal companies open slather on the state’s water resources.

Australia’s consumer watchdog has ordered seven suppliers to stop printing ‘organic’ on the labels of bottled water.

A Western Australian community is still waiting to find out when the Government plans to fix its contaminated drinking water.

Work on a massive pipeline to carry CSG wastewater to farms for irrigation has begun in Queensland.

In a big win for people power, water safety and environmentalism, 16 planned coal seam gas wells will not be built after the Planning Assessment Commission disapproved the projects.

An innovative stormwater harvesting and reuse program is set to save one council millions of litres per year.

The Reef Water Quality Protection Plan has been released by the Queensland Government. It says while much progress has been made to reduce farm chemical runoff, the Great Barrier Reef is still in dire straits.

One of the most important decisions in recent eco-political history has been delayed, with the Federal Environment Minister pushing back his call on dredging near the Great Barrier Reef by more than a month.

The Earth Policy Institute has echoed warnings from many sources that the world is using far too much water and could soon face a worldwide crisis.

The Murray-Darling Basin is up for a prestigious award, it has been nominated for the 2013 International Riverprize.

A supercomputer and a cloud of files will form the backbone of a national integrated geoscience data network to be launched soon.

South Australia, Victoria and Queensland are all looking to get some plumbing work done, with tenders released for the construction and maintenance of wastewater systems in various states.

The Federal Resources Minister and the West Australian Premier are butting heads over the federal government's push for the rapid development of Woodside Petroleum's multi-billion-dollar liquefied natural gas project.

A mysterious health condition could be plaguing a pod of killer whales off the Queensland coast, with authorities finding the third dead whale in under a week.

Researchers have found the Great Barrier Reef could be all but gone within 100 years if nothing is done about the damaging carbon dioxide levels.

Researchers from the Australian National University have teamed up with CSIRO scientists in an effort to survey global foliation data spanning nearly thirty years.

A parliamentary committee in New South Wales as heard commercial interests are more important than the environment, in the allocation of water.

Research in the US has sought to pinpoint the exact effects and possible dangers of natural gas drilling near drinking water supplies.

CSIRO has announced a new leader for its water research initiatives, with the appointment of Dr Carol Couch as Director of the Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship.

Desalinated water and recovered groundwater have prevented Perth’s dams from going offline during a dry and sunny winter.

The remote town of Bedourie may soon be known for more than its eponymous ovens - the town has been named as the site of some of the best drinking water in Queensland.

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