High-tech drones have given a glimpse of the future of environmental monitoring.

Hunter Water has been forced to undertake repairs to water utilities decades before many expected.

South Australian irrigators say politicians are keen to spruik environmental benefits on the Murray River, but no one is talking about the negatives.

There are calls for compensation this week as the MDBA prepares to increase groundwater withdrawals in NSW.

More than 100 Natural World Heritage Sites are being destroyed by encroaching human activities.

The Northern Territory Government has a Federal Government "priority" irrigation projects to the side.

Santos has completed its Environment Impact Statement for the development of gas reserves in northern NSW.

A corporate whistleblower says Origin Energy has a deliberate policy of ignoring leaking coal seam gas wells.

The Australian Research Council has backed a project to help clean up the CSG process.

Authorities in Queensland will begin testing seafood for levels of a firefighting foam once used at Coolangatta airport.

Environment Tasmania has called on the Integrity Commission to investigate what it sees as a backflip by TasWater over dam plans.

WA Labor says there are 16 possible causes for lead contamination among the 3000 defects at the trouble-plagued Perth Children's Hospital.

Europe’s beautiful yet haunting new underwater museum is open.

Heavy rain has allowed a gold mine north of Katherine to deliberately discharge contaminated water into a nearby river.

President Donald Trump has allowed controversial oil pipelines to move ahead, while gagging EPA workers.

A swarm of robots has measured waves and ocean currents in high-resolution 3D.

The decommissioning, remediation and rehabilitation of the Hazelwood power station site will cost at least $743 million.

The WA Government wants the private sector to help divert flows from the Collie River and desalinate it.

The Victorian Environment Protection Authority (EPA) will undergo its first major overhaul since it was established 45 years ago.

Close to $12 million is available in the latest round of the federal Reef Trust.

A number of key water projects have been promoted in an infrastructure report by Building Queensland.

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