Experts are celebrating the first production and export of “green hydrogen” from Australia to Japan.

The MDBA says plans for governing water use across the entire Murray–Darling Basin are on the way.

A federal review has rejected “ungracious” objections to Aboriginal claims over NT river regions.

A new initiative should bring water service upgrades to remote Aboriginal communities in WA.

Victoria has officially made its largest-ever desal water order.

Authorities are dismantling a wave power unit in waters off Victoria.

NSW Water Minister Niall Blair has resigned following alleged threats and aggression.

A new aquifer project could be crucial for water management in the Murray-Darling Basin.

A new device could provide an environmentally friendly, cost-effective method of sterilising water.

The fight against European carp in Tasmanian lakes is coming to an end after almost 25 years.

An old Toyota car plant in Victoria is being turned into a renewable energy hub to produce hydrogen fuels.

A disused mine in far north Queensland is leaching toxic water into waterways.

A new high-quality drinking water supply is being piped into the SA town of Orroroo.

A new report has found food and clothing in Western countries is impacting water supplies for the world’s poorest.

The NSW government appears to be planning to raise parts of the Warragamba Dam wall significantly higher than it has said publicly.

Farmers say it will be hard to afford some of their new high-tech water requirements.

The WA Government has scrapped its $16 million contract with the Carnegie Clean Energy wave power firm.

The Federal Government is moving MDBA jobs to regional areas.

Experts have reflected on the state of Australia’s drought-afflicted areas after a hot, dry summer.

A new study suggests dirty river run-off is slowing Great Barrier Reef recovery.

A dispute over a taxpayer-funded water pipeline could end up in court.

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