Chief Defence Scientist Dr Alex Zelinsky has received the prestigious 2015 MA Sargent Medal from Engineers Australia.

GhostNets Australia is looking to help Indonesian fishers stop stray fishing nets from reaching our shores.

Irrigators in southern New South Wales have started a social media campaign to build awareness of local food production and irrigation issues.

The head of Hunter Water has resigned to take up a new job in Queensland.

Over 100 people have gathered on the bone-dry bed of Lake Menindee to mourn the ‘death’ of the system.

Another study has reinforced the point that warming oceans will cause profound changes for marine species.

The iconic Great Barrier Reef could have a new counterpart, with the discovery of a large coral community in the waters south of Melbourne.

Western Australia’s peak business lobby has warned that a FIFO workers strike could damage future investment.

The Federal Government has splashed $100 million around the Murray-Darling Basin area to improve water infrastructure.

Union members at a NSW water provider could take strike action, with a postal ballot being voted on this week.

The Federal Government is continuing its push to change environmental approval laws so that activists and environmentalists cannot hinder mining projects.

Australian researchers have set a new record for generating hydrogen fuel with solar power.

The first stage of the $16.3 million Renmark Irrigation Trust 3IP modernisation program is underway.

Australian authorities are looking to drought-affected California for tips on ways to improve water supplies.

Experts have warned against culling sharks because the long term ecological impact cannot be predicted.

A new survey suggests chronic job insecurity has led to a mental health crisis and high rates of suicide among Australian commercial fishers.

The Australian Taxation Office is looking at the funding of the massive Gorgon natural gas project, amid claims that it will make billions of dollars tax-free.

A team of United States environmental protection regulators has accidentally released 3.8 million litres of waste water into a local river system.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has unveiled a bold plan to place Australia at the back of the pack of nations responding to climate change.

An experienced engineer has poked some serious holes in the Queensland Government’s review of SunWater’s operation of the Callide Dam.

The end date for an irrigation upgrade at Harcourt in Victoria has been moved back.

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