WaterNSW is looking at replacing the century-old Gin Gin weir.

First Nations people share less than 1 per cent of the Murray-Darling water market.

Authorities have called for an increase in water costs in NSW.

Researchers say that restricting longwall mining in Sydney’s drinking water catchment protects upland swamps.

A new study shows that without nature, humanity may drown in its own filth.

Seqwater is offering $60,000 in grants for ‘waterwise’ Queensland communities.

A new study has found serious pollution in the Bremer River, which runs through Ipswich.

Australia is among the countries consuming the highest amounts of ‘party’ drugs, according to wastewater samples taken from eight countries over the New Year period.

One mining company is making a serious attempt to reduce its use of natural water supplies.

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority is in important collaborations with Traditional Owners across Australia.

Authorities have announced plans for a “transformational” new sewer in Melbourne.

A tiny, blind, carnivorous shrimp could hold up work in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin.

Beach Energy says it has discovered much more gas than expected in a new field off the Victorian coast.

Victoria will soon be home to a hydrogen fuel station dedicated to research purposes.

Microalgae could be used as a clean source of hydrogen production.

The Productivity Commission has called on the Commonwealth to modernise is national water policy.

Fortune Agribusiness has applied to use 40,000 megalitres of water a year for a major fruit and vegetable project.

Hackers have attempted to poison the water supply of a town in the US.

Less than a quarter of the Federal Government's $300 million flood recovery grant scheme has been claimed.

Scientists have discovered an immense, but hitherto unknown, hydrocarbon cycling system in the world’s oceans.

Regulatory delays may be contributing to critical problems at a lead-zinc mine in the Northern Territory, according to experts.

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