Archived Industry News for Water Professionals - February, 2014
The Northern Territory Government says it will move ahead with a split of Power and Water, the corporation in charge of both utilities in the territory.
Australia’s history of drought has given US scientists a glimpse of their future at home, with a team visiting drought-stricken areas to see what may lie ahead.
Authorities say that as the furore over Western Australia’s shark-culling policy continues, it is worth remembering that other states continue to run similar regimes killing local marine predators.
Western Australia's Department of Water says it advises against shale gas fracking underneath public drinking water sources, but has no power to do anything more.
An international team has developed a series of maps showing how fast and in which direction local climates have shifted, to illuminate species at risk worldwide.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority has, after “rigorous assessment”, approved the disposal of dredge spoil within the Marine Park, making only minor requests in the granting of the dredge permit.
Despite the city of Adelaide being placed in the driest state on the driest inhabited continent, underneath its streets flow substantial quantities of water.
A Federal Government Minister is pushing for billions of dollars to help workers toiling in some of the worst conditions for decades, and it looks like the Prime Minister is keen to help too.
A new study has assessed how difficult it is for fish to swim through large waves, and it turns out that many have little choice but to go with the flow.