The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) says it cannot afford to clean up the mix of oil and paint left when a Chinese bulk coal carrier hit the reef in 2010.

The WA Department of Agriculture is taking a high-tech approach to land and water surveying, using 3D-printers to render the vastness of the outback in a small scale.

Community activists say they have had a win, with a WA water corporation agreeing not to dump wastewater on a beach.

A new National Performance Report says Hunter Water has Australia’s lowest average water bills, and the lowest operating costs of any major water utility.

Queensland health officials have confirmed that Legionella was found in the Hervey Bay Hospital water supply, but says there is a 'very low risk' of an outbreak.

Macquarie University has released preliminary results of test to find the extent of contaminated drinking water in NSW.

Researchers from the US are looking to Australia for tips on how to help with long-running drought conditions.

A new survey shows the shifting view of nuclear power in Japan since the 2011 Fukushima disaster.

A major chicken company has been fined $80,000 for spilling 1,700 litres of blood into a creek near Newcastle.

A new, ecologically-minded trend is emerging on the internet, as activists use digital means to shame wealthy water-wasters.

Coal seam gas company AGL can fire up its Gloucester operations once more, after the EPA cleared away a contamination scare.

A new study has found the use of lead solder in water supply pipelines has resulted in environmental contamination across a 70km stretch of land in central New South Wales.

The Federal Government will spend $6 million to build a pipeline in New South Wales, from the newly expanded Yass Dam to Murrumbateman.

Victoria's North Central Catchment Management Authority's (CMA) has a new chief executive.

A letter from a farmer to the NSW Department of Primary Industries shows the incredible strain imposed on people who live on the land.

A rural Victorian community says the Government is not responding fast enough to concerns about arsenic in the water supply.

The Industry Minister has unveiled 29 new offshore areas for oil exploration at an energy industry conference.

Cyborg carp have been released into the Murrumbidgee River near Bredbo, south of Canberra.

A surfing event in Rio has started despite concerns of sewage and other pollution in the water.

The new Federal Budget takes money from the Green Army to boost Great Barrier Reef spending.

The Victorian Water Department will has been called in to resolve a dispute between Coliban Water and the company working on upgrades to the Harcourt Valley irrigation network.

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