Spanish architects have unveiled plans for floating farm factories to feed the world when the ocean takes over the land.

Some local nuclear scientists have brought together teachers, community members, councillors and MP’s on a citizen science expedition to rid one river of plastic pollution.

The Mount Isa Water Board is looking to explain a $5 million decline in profits from the past financial year.

An unprecedented probe into the Queensland Government has been launched, and there is very little that it will not investigate about the current LNP regime.

Australia has dropped a few spots on a list of the worst-polluting countries in the world.

A major Tasmanian fishery is looking to double in size, but locals say the floating salmon factory has already wrought havoc on the waters.

The man who started an important bore capping and water-saving scheme appears slightly less supportive 15 years on.

Workers at ports in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane could walk off the job this week, at the same time as reports say their union is willing to sell them out.

Local residents have been recruited to help their communities communicate their water-related needs.

Millions will be spent to set up remote operation of regional dams in New South Wales.

Australian researchers will deliver life-saving help to farmers in some of the poorest and most arid regions on the planet.

An aquifer in New South Wales has gone from a total unknown to one of the best-understood in the country.

Antarctic sea ice will reach new records in coming weeks, one expert says, but the growing ice is already being used as an anti-climate change argument.

Farmers, industry groups and the Federal Government are all calling for reform of coastal shipping regulations, but the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) says it won’t happen without a fight.

An awards night has capped the leading forces in workplace health and safety, rehabilitation and return to work services.

More than forty companies that support the building, mining and energy industries say Federal Government moves could put thousands of jobs at risk.

The Federal Government has refused the South Australian Government’s request for more water to desalinate Lake Albert.

A glass tube and some chip packets could be the key to preventing millions of deaths, local students say.

A new report could test the resolve of infrastructure-friendly but ecologically-ignorant politicians.

The waters off Australian beaches are suffering under a plague of plastic, as urban life strangles nearby fish and birds.

The Queensland Government has introduced new laws that save mining companies from applying for water licences.

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