Cuts to the office in charge of developing northern Australia mean remote communities will continue missing out, some say.

Major banks say they are not keen on Queensland coal port expansions, which are also the subject of a damning scientists’ report.

Victoria is the latest state to sign on the Federal Government’s “One-Stop Shop” approach to environmental approvals.

An Australian mining firm has come across a vast new water source in the Northern Territory.

Healthy Waterways has given Queensland’s Lockyer catchment a ‘D’ health rating.

A new restriction has been imposed on Murray-Darling basin water license-holders.

A high-tech and visually-stunning software suite will bring a better look at data.

News Limited has published a resignation letter from the former CEO of South Australia’s water regulator.

The WA Conservation Council has been slammed for a full-page advertisement that claimed CSG ‘fracking’ puts water supplies at risk.

Tech giant Samsung is getting into gas, with word of a near-$1 billion deal to build an advanced liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant.

State and federal governments have put up $350 million for big water projects in New South Wales.

The Bureau of Meteorology has released the Australian Groundwater Explorer - a new online groundwater data tool that gives a comprehensive picture of Australia's groundwater resources.

Robots and rivers have formed an unlikely connection, coming together for the benefit of human education.

Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has released a green paper on agricultural competitiveness, listing 27 dams and irrigation projects that may warrant Commonwealth involvement.

Evidence of sexual intercourse has been found deep in our ecological history, uncovered by a local palaeontological private eye.

The Victorian Government has put up an interactive online map for plotting mining and exploration leases.

Australian researchers say sea levels did not move much in the last few thousand years, until recently.

New tools will help beach towns get ready for more destructive weather.

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) is still investigating whether chemicals it used at a fire-fighter training centre leached into groundwater and harmed residents.

The Federal Government's plan to close important research centres have drawn criticism almost immediately.

Billions of litres of water have flooded the Snowy River in efforts to revive the parched river.

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