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Greens in Senate will ensure buybacks are restored to save River Murray
Royal commission into murray-darling management is essential
Scott Morrison’s mystery $13.8 billion campaign war chest
New Modernising Murray River Systems chair brings strong leadership and water experience to table
MDBA chair Sir Angus Houston welcomes new chief to help guide future o
Morrison delivers south australians payback budget
Meeting global demand to deliver jobs, economic growth
How to go with flow: river framework restores health and hope
Lake Mulwala lowering to start in May to control
We must freeze new coal, gas and oil
Landholders hooked on Fish Friendly Water Extraction Project
510kms of fencing rolling out in Queensland as project surges ahead of schedule
Funding flows to Northern Basin Metering Program in Queensland
Call to preserve hidden water
Connecting communities, industries and ideas at River reflections 2022
Healthy Rivers grants put local knowledge and know-how to work
MDBA Chair Sir Angus Houston to tour southern and south-west Queenslan
Murray-Darling Basin Authority Communique 11 March
Opportunity to obtain Water Access Licences
Climate change impacts and adaptation solutions: Latest IPCC report on impacts, adaptation and vulnerability
Closer look at upper Darling River region
Water market reform moves forward
Freeze on New Coal, Gas and Oil Bill 2022
Murray-Darling Basin Authority Communique
Managing risk of significant hypoxic blackwater event at Menindee Lakes
Murray-Darling Basin storages brimming with hope
Broader local input welcomed with new appointments to Basin Community Committee
$80 million to help rivers and boost jobs in northern Basin
Water for environment provides platform for wetlands recovery
Another year wasted, ecosystems continue to collapse as Samuel Review gathers dust, says ACT Greens
Northern Land Council: we need water management systems for this century, not last one
Water quality issues prompt MDBA to trial Hume Dam releases through ga
$66 million to upgrade Basin’s river models to make every drop count
Taxpayers fork out for most expensive water ever
Eye in sky: satellite-tracking helping water managers keep an eye on waterbirds
Hume Dam releases increase to manage summer storm activity
Chief Executive Murray-Darling Basin Authority
Persistent wet conditions drive River Murray operations into new y
MDBA welcomes Roseanne Healy as new board member
New water monitoring stations big win for Northern Basin
South Australian to lend experience to Murray-Darling Basin Authority
Record rain raises risk of water quality issues i
Growing jobs for Indigenous Australians in water metering
Regional Engagement Officers to keep communities at heart of Murray-Darling Basin Plan
Water Monitoring Report provides accountability to water users
Retirement of Phillip Glyde
Irrigators turned to water allocation markets to cope with 2019-20 drought
Millions of fish to benefit in northern Murray-Darling Basin rivers