A new Disaster Response Taskforce has been established to help NSW councils.

A major irrigator has been fined for an illegal water take, but some say the penalties should be higher.

Directors have been selected for the new body to govern much of Melbourne’s water.

The world's lakes are rapidly losing oxygen as the planet warms.

CSIRO says wind and solar are the cheapest sources of new electricity generation capacity in Australia.

Experts say artificial light is hurting clownfish.

A seven-year survey of algal blooms shows things are changing around the world.

Experts have plotted the rise and fall of the largest known lake in Earth’s history.

Tardigrades may have lost their title as the world’s most resilient beasts.

A national fuel company has been fined over a fuel leak at a service station.

Dozens of remote WA communities are living on bottled water, with audits showing uranium and E. Coli among contaminants in their supplies.

Funding earmarked for environmental water could be used for bridge upgrades.

Experts say Australian wetlands are threatened by “complex and convoluted” rules.

Authorities are bringing a DIY plumbing course to Aboriginal communities in South Australia.

Hunter Water’s anti-fatberg campaign has been honoured with an award.

The SA Government has commenced consultation on a draft Water Security Statement.

Seqwater is working with farmers to protect turtles from poop.

NT regulators say there are no significant environmental issues at the McArthur River Mine, despite its history of issues.

Researchers have discovered another reason why coral suffers in hot snaps.

Traditional owners say they are missing out on a rare opportunity for new water.

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