Latest water quality News

Mapping Queenslands hidden land and water story
Community shares $120,000 in grants
Agriculture jobs boost for regional Victoria
Keep safe and cool in pool: novel chip sensor makes swimming pools safer
Need for systems to predict marine heatwaves
Thomastown fire update
Government continues attack on Reef science
Pest management for fire recovery expands across southern Blue Mountains parks
New direction for resource management system
Agriculture Jobs Boost For Regional Victoria
New water services bill for safe drinking water
Our last chance to make Reef science make sense
Kiwi pre-schoolers losing teeth to painful, preventable tooth decay
Seismic waves help scientists ‘see’ chemical changes beneath a watershed
SmartBuoy – Griffith researchers at forefront of intelligent water quality monitoring
Plants aplenty as Waterwise Greening Scheme reaches new heights
A clearer vision for Great Artesian Basin
$2.4m for Reef-saving projects in Whitsundays
University Scarborough researcher sounds alarm on invasive species
COVID Near-Border Testing Expansion
Healthy waterways flow for Tamar Estuary
Feral pigs targeted in follow up aerial shoot
Health of Tamar Estuary continues to improve
Genome research brings identification of heat-resilient corals a step closer
Catchment restoration investment will drive clean water and more jobs
From humble hair to high-tech water sensor
Crunch numbers for dual-purpose crop success
Support for Reef jobs welcomed
Water pollution incident costs Queanbeyan Council $50,000 after EPA action
More jobs for Queenslanders as we unite and recover from global pandemic
Privatised Reef protection plan still ignores climate crisis
Pesticide mixtures a bigger problem than previously thought
Working together to protect Reef in 2020-21
New report reveals seabed mining too risky for Top End coasts
Crown of Thorns funding is bandaid solution while climate crisis is ignored
Crown of Thorns Starfish control secured
Cassowary Coast Council celebrates Reef Guardian milestone
With plenty of space to swim and play, these bonded turtles got their happy ever after
State water trading scheme may hold key to agriculture-led COVID recovery
Scientists connect land to sea again
Researchers evaluate cost-effective carbon capture and storage
Public feedback sought for updated guidance on radiological water quality
Two-year-pilot sees reduction of hundreds of tonnes of nitrogen used on farms
Personal stories, traditional knowledge and science come together to give a voice to our waterways
Logan’s aqua man is Australia’s best
Healing catchments for community well-being in Tairāwhiti
Permanently Protecting Our Iconic Yarra River
Penn State and University of Auckland announce 2020 joint collaboration projects