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Money for dams dries up as good water management finally makes it into a federal budget
Murray cray rescue operation
ACCC receives additional responsibilities in budget
In times of disaster, Australians are at their best
Australian Government delivers on its Water for Australia plan
Water extractions key driver of drying Darling River
Excessive water extractions, not climate change, are most to blame for Darling River drying
Widespread flooding raises risk of water quality
Water extraction is key cause of Darling River drying: study
Murray-Darling Basin Authority Communique 24 October
One of Australia’s most lucrative farming industries is in firing line as climate change worsens
ACCC welcomes new role regulating water market conduct
Leading way on Murray Darling Basin Plan
Victoria Leading Way On Murray Darling Basin Plan
Murray-Darling Basin Ministerial Council Communique
Reforming Australia’s water market to bring trust and transparency to system
A wet spring and summer means more mosquitoes but now we’ve got Japanese encephalitis virus to worry about too
New research hub to help future-proof water resources in Goolwa region
Restoring abandoned agricultural land in Murray-Darling Basin
No compulsory land acquisitions for Reconnecting River Country
New Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder appointed
Releases from Hume Dam increase to create more airspace
First New South Wales water resource plan accredited
Dartmouth Dam to spill for first time in 26 y
Queensland Literary Awards winners for 2022
Basin Heroes pilot program deepens water knowledge among Leeton studen
GMW begins releases from Lake Eildon
Murray Cod and Murray Crayfish season closes 1 September
Lock 11 closure today as removal of Mildura weir
Widespread environmental benefits across Basin
Macquarie Perch Recovery Efforts On Display
Basin Officials Committee Communique — Out of BOCs 26 August
Nap Nap water recovery project announced as government’s first 100 days approaches
National Farmers Federation rings bell, yet again, for biosecurity funding
Residents urged to monitor Mitta Mitta levels downstream of Dartmouth
Mildura weir to be removed to make way for high r
Murray-Darling Basin Authority Communique 16 August
Barmah-Millewa future flow options prepared for feasibility study
Speech to Rice Growers’ Association Conference 2022, Mulwala
Last miles of Basin Plan marathon and governments must finish race
2022-23 Murray River outlook dominated by managing wet conditions
Hume Dam releases increase to provide airspace
Students turn Bottle Bend Reserve into education Gala Day
Murray-Darling Basin Plan has delivered little to our precious rivers
Pre-releases create close to 250GL airspace in Hume Dam ahead of wet s
Communities central to improving Murray-Darling Basin health
Statement on leadership change at NCC
Government gives away billions of litres of water at stroke of pen