Latest drought News

SFF urgently want to recall parliament
Long term engagement bears fruit: first shipment of persimmons to Thailand a success
Creeks flowing into Suma Park Dam
Farmers reassure Aussies in tough times
RFS Commissioner Fitzsimmons to lead new resilience NSW agency
Farmers reassure Aussies in tough times
A year of Wivenhoe pipeline operations
Live Streaming Festival Helping Connect Victoria
Businesses must do more than just ‘bounce back’ after COVID-19
WIRES and Landcare Australia join forces in $1million post-bushfire wildlife habitat regeneration
Extra time to lodge applications for drought assistance
First record of quolls at Tilbuster, north of Armidale, in 17 years
First Antarctic heatwave recorded at Casey research station
Keeping our community safe during coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions
Urgent fee relief available for Catholic school families
Snowy Hydro COVID-19 response
NSW Farmers working to ensure food supply
Tarrawingee brigade benefits from CFA generosity
Council asks for community views on improving local flood risk
Further support for farmers and growers as drought persists
NSW steps up to help primary industries sector navigate COVID-19
MEAA condemns regional newspaper closures
Barilaro’s Blinky Bill Blunder
Customer bill decreases under proposal for flexible water prices
On World Meteorological Day, Australia’s weather from space
Strong industry & government ties through COVID-19
Coles donates extra $1 million a week in food for vulnerable Australians
Tenders invited for delivery of Weeds Action Fund – Stage 2
Tactics for feathertop Rhodes grass management
Regional Growth Fund applications brought forward
Time for Queensland to step up on Firefighter numbers
Water restrictions lifted across shire but conservation still key
‘Fatal attraction’: Small carnivores drawn to kill sites, then ambushed by larger kin
Visa extensions vital to secure workforce for vegetable industry
Rainfall brings some relief to Snowy Monaro region water restrictions
New date for Level 6 water restrictions pushed back
Lifeline will continue answering calls through COVID-19
New funding for bridges and heavy vehicle safety
Knowledge Is Power For Drought-Affected Farmers
How plants sound alarm about danger
Road-Train Network Extended For Drought Relief
Funding to tackle weeds in times of drought
Bring on an agriculture commissioner
ARA welcomes stimulus package to “soften blow” for retailers
Through bushfire, drought, flood and COVID-19, Lifeline is here for you. LIFELINE CELEBRATES 57 YEARS
Beads traded more than 30,000 years ago offer early proof of social networks: University researchers
Water flows into Menindee Lakes