A new deal will see CSIRO’s world-leading science vessel looking for oil in the Great Australian Bight on behalf of Chevron.

The Federal Senate has capped water buybacks in the Murray Darling Basin at 1,500 gigalitres.

The WA port city of Bunbury will play host to the trial of an exciting new power source.

New research has found that open-cut mines can affect groundwater and plants several kilometres away.

Bernie Fraser has resigned as chairman of the Climate Change Authority (CCA).

The nations of the Pacific islands are again raising their voices to prevent the destructive effects of climate change.

The chairman of the Berriquin Irrigators group has slammed what he calls ludicrous anomalies in the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

Broken Hill Base Hospital is planning to build its own desalination plant to combat the effects of a worsening water shortage in far west New South Wales.

Researchers have made a surprising find about the climate change resilience of sharks.

The head of Australia’s competition watchdog has backed big reforms from a recent review.

A new robot is helping humans address serious issues in nature.

There have been more displays of disaffection by irrigators this week, with a big gathering to air grievances about Victoria’s Goulburn-Murray Water (G-MW).

Reports this week suggest there are some intriguing links between WA’s Water Corporation and the company that bought some of its assets.

Engineers in the US are reviving an old method of generating electricity using the change in ocean temperatures.

Evidence of a previously unknown ancient sea monster has been uncovered in the USA.

Fluoridation of water has been optional in Queensland since 2012, and coverage has dropped by 10 per cent.

South Australian household water prices will be cut by an average of $51 a year from next financial year.

The WA Department of Agriculture and Food hopes a new water extraction technology will help local growers and ease the pressure on aquifers in Western Australia's Gascoyne region.

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