SunWater will again have to justify its actions after releasing water from a Queensland dam amid wild storm conditions.
One regional mayor has staked his job on improving water costs.
The NSW Government has come under fire at meetings over the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
The National Irrigators Council (NIC) wants to stop electricity price rises for farmers.
Experts say the water industry must get involved in the fight against “superbugs”, as the waste of modern medicine becomes a brand new health risk.
New analysis shows Australia has plenty of wild weather on the way.
Millions will be spent tagging sharks and turtles on one of the largest reefs in the world.
A naval base in Western Australia will be powered by a world-first energy supply.
The NSW Office of Water says big rain in northern catchments will boost inflows to the Menindee lakes, but the effects are uncertain.
Researchers are looking at the legacy of water contamination from Australia’s colonial days.
With a new government in place, Western Queenslanders want to put the Great Artesian Basin Sustainability Initiative (GABSI) back on the agenda.
A NSW mining lobby wants charity status removed from protest groups that fight to interrupt industries in the name of conservation.
Experts will visit pubs up and down the Murray-Darling system for a distinctly academic pub crawl.
Researchers believe the humble swamp could be up to 50 times more effective than rainforests at storing carbon.
Scientists are warning the water industry about risks posed by a changing climate.
Engineers from around the world are heading to Broome to use a state-of-the-art ship simulator to test their designs for multi-billion-dollar ports.
The new MP in charge of federal water policy says he has a lot to learn.
The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed that 2014 was Australia’s third warmest calendar year since national temperature records began.
The CEO of Victoria’s North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has resigned.
Angry residents have met with the NSW Resources Minister to demand the suspension of a coal seam gas exploration licence.
$24.5 million will go to water projects across Western Australia that could bring life to some pretty arid areas.
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