A $125 million investment has been made to support Snowy 2.0 grid development.

Experts say it is more important than ever to learn from ancient Australian cultures.

NT croc numbers are surging, and researchers want to know what that means for the environment.

The Narrabri Gas Project has received federal approval, despite concerns for water resources.

A new study has found platypus populations could disappear “without ever returning”.

SA Water has provided details on what people did during the state’s two-day lockdown.

A key feature of Australia’s COVID-19 response has been testing for traces of the virus in wastewater.

Fifty-thousand farmed salmon have liberated themselves after their floating pen caught fire.

Flinders University is working on the technology behind future water recycling.

Federal funds will allow gas firm Jemena to test injecting biomethane into the NSW natural gas network.

NSW utility Sydney Water has signed a new software deal to keep tabs on its $4 billion transformation.

WaterNSW is investigating allegations that a traditional landowner was offered work in exchange for supporting the raising of the Warragamba dam wall.

CSIRO scientists have captured rare footage of five Bigfin Squid in the Great Australian Bight ...

Water pressure in the Great Artesian Basin appears to be recovering as more bores are capped.

Scientists have collected the first fine-scale maps and imagery of reefs and submarine canyons in the rarely visited Arafura Marine Park.

A new report says water from the Murray-Darling Basin Plan is not being delivered to wetlands.

Scientists have peered back hundreds of millions of years to find a genetic link between humans and sponges.

The Queensland Government has added ‘hydrogen’ to the name of its energy department.

The State of the Climate 2020 reports shows continued warming and an increase in extreme weather.

Researchers have found a new species of extinct monk seal which lived in the Tasman Sea around New Zealand.

With dry times ahead, many are looking to drill their own bores.

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