Latest rain News

Man overdue from trip possibly in Pilbara area
New date to celebrate 150 years of Botanic Gardens
Storm Shakes up Moree’s Main Street
Victoria keep WNCL final hopes alive
A little purple reminder to help prevent Summer Sunburn
How to make sure mozzies don’t ruin your Australia Day weekend
Flows for fish in Gwydir river system
Eastern Young Cattle Indicator driven by recent rain
Mullumbimby moves from Level 4 to Level 2 water restrictions
Queanbeyan storm hits home for NSW SES volunteers
National Cricket Inclusion Championships wrap up
Australia Day increases risk of river drownings
Australia Day increases risk of drowning in a river
Total Fire Ban declared for Wednesday 22 January in Mallee, Wimmera, Northern Country, North Central, Central and South West Districts
Region buoyed by recent rainfall – minimal impact on dams
Canberra’s iconic landmark damaged in hailstorms
Much needed bushfire rains could bring devastation to our estuaries and coasts
Australia Day celebrations
Consumer confidence continues to recover
Priority for drought busting water pipeline
NSW SES urges communities to prepare as more rain is on way
Rain enables Myall Lakes National Park to reopen
Severe weather easing
Government announces immediate relief for fire-affected farmers
Mullumbimby has taken on water challenge
NSW police urge preparation and caution with wet weather conditions set to continue across NSW
Lightning sparks six turnouts in four hours for Woodend
Wimmera farmers send truck loads of hay to NSW
Rockhampton Botanic Gardens 150th celebrations postponed
Ingredients of a firestorm: how mathematics can be used as a weapon against wildfire
Wild tomatoes resist devastating bacterial canker
Measuring bushfire’s impact on vineyards
Water and Environment Ministers must meet urgently to deal with mass fish kills and safe drinking
National Parks reopens some Northern Tablelands Parks
A wearable gas sensor for health and environmental monitoring
Rain set to hit bushfire affected areas
Much needed rain on way
Could benchmarking help growers survive next dry?
Victoria successful at Australian Country Cricket Championships
Specifying Irrigation Needs for Container-grown Plants
More water forums announced to engage with residents and businesses of Orange
Council’s plan to delay Level 6 water restrictions
Drinking water under threat: water contamination risks this bushfire season
Braidwood moving to highest level of water restrictions
National Bushfire Recovery Agency welcomed
Mullumbimby water restrictions – level 4 means save more
Overdue Party in Beswick
1989 Cabinet Records Released