Farmers that rely on Queensland's Flinders River say some regions are missing out on their fair share of water.

Insiders claim some are taking water from Tasmanian river systems that they have not paid for, as local farmers face an impending drought.

Australia’s largest planned coal mine is going back to court again, this time to face what the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) calls an “historic, landmark case”.

The first bits of equipment for Victoria’s prototype wave power unit are in place.

A far-reaching CSIRO survey has found Australians views on climate change run on distinctly political lines.

The nation’s leading water scientists are pushing for the Federal Government to take underground water storage more seriously, as future threats loom.

High-tech geological studies have revealed a network of ancient river systems buried hundreds of metres beneath arid regions in Western Australia.

Environmental groups want a series of water extraction licences in Alice Springs to be withdrawn, arguing that the use of extra flows from the Mereenie aquifer could the water supply.

The National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) is officially behind schedule for its assessment of BP’s plan to drill oil exploration wells in the Great Australian Bight.

Tasmania's Energy Minister Matthew Groom says Hydro Tasmania has defied “doom and gloom” predictions to post a big before-tax profit.

Queensland senator Glenn Lazarus has been on an anti-CSG educational trip to the Northern Territory.

An Australian engineering firm is about to start a trial of the world's first wave energy microgrid power station.

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