WaterNSW has welcomed new water determinations from the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART).

Hunter Water is looking for feedback on its five-year Paxton project.

The first row of solar panels has been installed at Melbourne Water’s Eastern Treatment Plant (ETP).

A new way of measuring ocean temperatures could lead to more accurate modelling of global warming.

Tasmania's water quality is under pressure from climate change, agriculture and other industries.

New fracking exploration in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin could begin within days, with federal funding spurring it along.

Citizen scientists are doing Poseidon’s work in NSW.

Experts say that the drying climate and water use has put the Murray Darling Basin at greater risk of fish deaths.

The Queensland Government’s water utility has won an appeal against a 2011 flood damages ruling.

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is responding to major inflows at NSW’s Hume Dam.

NSW authorities are working to run wastewater treatment on solar power.

Authorities want people to sign up to experience water shortage.

More than 200 scientific journals have put out a simultaneous call for climate action.

The owners of Port Pirie's lead smelter have been fined $35,000 for leaking 700 litres of “toxic” sulphuric acid into waterways.

Conservationists are concerned about NSW Government plans to drop 1080 poison baits in the Sydney water catchment area.

The Federal Government is paying taxpayer money to oil and gas companies to open up the NT’s Beetaloo Basin, despite legal issues.

Wollongong Coal has secured approval for a mine extension despite its $1 billion debt.

Authorities are working on new ‘flushability’ standards to reduce the plague of fatbergs in sewers.

The Productivity Commission says reporting of foreign ownership of Australian water is sufficient.

International research suggests global warming of 1.5°C may mean extreme sea level events will occur much more frequently.

First Nations communities along the Murray-Darling Basin want a new concept for water management to be put into practice.

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