The NT Government should not bother with fracking, one analyst says.

Tasmania’s Local Government Minister has addressed councils on the planned takeover of TasWater.

Australian-led research has found that even if global warming is kept to only 1.5°C, extreme El Niño events are likely to become twice as common.

A new approval has advanced plans for Nathan Dam in Queensland.

Irrigators have been accused of stealing billions of litres of water from the Murray River system ...

The Defence department has released a water use survey as part of its investigation into the release of PFAS chemicals near RAAF base Tindall.

A Queensland academic has taken shots at key research into the Great Barrier Reef.

Melbourne is facing a possible water crisis, with a new report suggesting the city could start running out of water within a decade.

The Conservation Council and One Nation have joined forces to call for a ban on fracking in WA.

Infrastructure Tasmania has backed the State Government’s claim that it can fix TasWater’s ailing infrastructure by taking it over.

Councils in northern Tasmania could soon ask their people if they want fluoride in their water.

Tasmanians may have enjoyed exceptionally warm summer waters in recent years, but experts say it will not be good ...

A 1 trillion tonne iceberg has broken away from Antarctica, signalling a new chapter in the life of the frozen wilderness.

Melbourne’s water provider says the near-record dry winter will not be reflected in household water bills.

Marine biologists have found high levels of microplastic pollution in ocean sediments across Australia's south-east coast.

UNESCO has decided not to include the Great Barrier Reef in its latest ‘List of World Heritage in Danger’.

The Queensland and Federal governments are butting heads over cyclone recovery funding.

The Prime Minister has defended delays in rolling out important blood tests for the Northern Territory.

A class action has been filed against the Defence Department for the contamination of land and water.

An Australian study has found an expected effect of rising CO2 on plants may not work as expected.

A push for large scale irrigation in north Queensland appears to have slowed to a trickle.

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