Drones may soon be used to spot burst water pipes.

Thousands of Brisbane 2011 flood victims have secured partial settlement in a class action.

Government authorities say farmers are having their best year ever.

Researchers have uncovered new details of ancient, giant, doughnut-shaped structures on the Great Barrier Reef.

UNESCO says Australia’s unique marine habitats are some of the world’s largest stores of carbon dioxide.

Concern has been raised about the effect of a coal mine expansion on key swamplands in NSW.

La Niña has broken Australia’s hot streak, delivering the wettest summer in four years and its coolest in almost a decade.

Cultivated bacteria are being used to clean sewage at a wastewater plant in Brisbane.

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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Chiropractic is a surprisingly popular form of alternative medicine - so mainstream that it’s hardly ‘alternative’ and so non-scientific that it’s barely ‘medicine’.

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