Latest drinking water News

Government to fund lion’s share of Ohakea water scheme
Palmerston Groundwater Study
Council offering new water carting service for Byron Shire residents
National Party unleashes assault on Murray River, environment and South Australia
‘Choose Water’ message hits road
Water recycling needed but high fixed charges mean many Sydney households are still paying for water
Northern Beaches water supply safe to drink
Reconciliation through Engineering Initiative to help improve Indigenous housing, transportation
Pure lessons in water security
Free stock water sample testing
Level 2 water restrictions for Greater Sydney and Illawarra
Have your say on Belmont drought response desalination plant
Less is more for Coromandel this summer
Focus on change this National Water Week
Reservoir milestones for Warren and Bundaleer
Mayor Antonio to discuss water security with Prime Minister
Murray-Darling Basin Plan in tatters
Choose water over sugary drinks this World Cavity-Free Future Day
Water Wise garden preparations now ahead of summer
On-farm water planning avoids a dry argument
Source water holds key to bacterial water safety in remote North
Proposals set out by Government seek to treat water as taonga
Samaritan’s Purse responds to Hurricane Dorian
Out with old, in with new
Children’s Lives Will Be Saved Due to Invention of Simple Water Treatment System “Aquatabs Flo”
Water quality may be driving higher consumption of sugary drinks
New portable water fountains for community events
Breaking new ground at Balmoral Park Reserve
Water restrictions to start across Lower Hunter
Popular national park track reopens after flood repairs
Macinley Butson From Australia Wins Stockholm Junior Water Prize 2019
Microplastics and their potential to harm health
Multi-million dollar Nebo project set to flow from October
Powering up community wellbeing
City makes it easier to choose water
Airservices results of PFAS investigation at Mackay Airport
More People, More Active, More Often In Loddon Campaspe
Deadly South Asia floods continue to torment millions – Oxfam responds
Logan’s Gandalf is a grand old tree
Lots of lead in water? Maybe manganese is to blame
Water just a tap away with new accessible fountains
Is there plastic in our drinking water? Probably – and University researchers are studying
Vitamin and mineral deficiencies with long-term feeding-out
Oxfam launches emergency response in flood-hit Indian states of Assam and Bihar
Dig in to make a greener Logan on National Tree Day
State and territory governments continue to regulate fluoridated drinking water in Australia
Securing additional water supply for Bungendore moves a step closer
State Government offers to assist Palm Island Aboriginal Shire Council