A NSW fisheries expert has voiced concerns over the suppression of scientific voices.

WaterNSW is pumping oxygen into the Darling River to combat large-scale fish deaths.

Researchers say more coral may not mean more fish on reefs.

Scientists have plotted the path microplastics take through wastewater and into agricultural land.

Seqwater has awarded the construction contract for the upgrade of Noosa’s Lake Macdonald (Six Mile Creek) Dam.

The Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) is marking the end of a 7-year partnership deal with an Indigenous group.

Hunter Water is pouring over $120,000 into the community through the latest round of its Love Water Grants program.

The Commonwealth has earmarked $205 million for the first round of water buybacks under the Albanese government.

Global nitrogen is emerging as a serious threat to drinking water.

Satellites show there is more coral reef area across the globe than previously thought.

A WA shire faces charges of violating the state’s Aboriginal Heritage Act.

Environmentalists are alarmed by Sydney Water's plans to rectify erosion along Boundary Creek in Penrith.

The Northern Territory (NT) government has unveiled a draft plan to address the management of its burgeoning saltwater crocodile population.

A looming legal battle could have implications for native title claims across Australia.

The most adaptable reef fish are more likely to thrive as the climate warms, a new study finds.

New research has found that impacts for half the world’s mines are undocumented.

The Barngarla people are threatening legal action against SA Water ...

The NT Supreme Court has dismissed a challenge against a decision to re-issue a substantial groundwater licence.

Changes in the US are set to enable new uses for recycled water.

Authorities say they are maintaining an important breeding site for pelicans.

The Federal Government has made funds available for a new ‘hydrogen hub’ in north Queensland.

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