Latest water quality News

Update on lake Wyangan for recreational users
$12 million pipeline to further secure future water supply to South-West communities
EPA and court make polluter pay for platypus project
Agriculture urged to engage with Government on Reef regulations
McGowan Government delivers on election commitment to protect Peel-Harvey Estuary
Tiny turtles tough to drought
Autonomous vehicles, child restraints and food and water security: bright ideas attract funding
‘Windows of opportunity’ crucial for cutting Chesapeake nutrient, sediment loads
Support for Burnett River Catchment landholders
$300,000 for Turtle Nest Cooling Trial at Mon Repos
Dry conditions persist at start of northern Basin summer
Landmark carbon farming project to create jobs and environmental benefits across Queensland
Calamities, computers and CO2 – our most-read engineering stories for 2020
AgSkilled spray training offers on-farm help for 2,4
Researchers join cavers to study elusive species on Christmas Island
No more than 10 a week and 4 a day
Toxic strangler weed found in Bourke and Brewarrina shires
4000 chemicals found in Great Barrier Reef turtles raises concerns of contamination hotspot
Tire-related chemical is largely responsible for adult coho salmon deaths in urban streams
Carp removal in lakes
Renewables focus in budget is a good start for our Reef
Department fines company for breaching environmental approval conditions
Healthy Reef, Healthy Environment, Healthy Economy
Grants boost community effort to care for State’s natural assets
Reaching for recovery of Macca in Murrumbidgee
Better links to Belconnen town centre with new bikeway now open
Works complete on landmark fountain at Lakeside, Pakenham
Wastewater project tests for COVID-19, and more
Back to Beach Report as summer turns up heat
Coburg Lake White Ibis Colony
Land clearing rejection good news for our Reef and threatened marine wildlife
$24 million Murchison water quality program reaches first milestone
Mixed outlook for Great Barrier Reef this summer
Protecting Our Wilderness And Ensuring More People Enjoy It
There aren’t plenty more fish in sea
Platypus should be listed as a threatened species: new report
From mountains to sea to space – measuring ocean health on Kāpiti Coast
Farmer-led projects to improve water health in Canterbury and Otago
Draft Derby Groundwater Allocation Plan released for comment
NE Water Works Approval granted
University of Canterbury Engineer spearheads $3m next-gen tech project to clean
Offsite water discharge costs concrete company $15K
Shoalhaven Beaches Rated Safe for Swimming
Study: Crop diversification can improve environmental outcomes without sacrificing yields
Academic stars shine at Southern Cross University
Cooby Dam closed to water-based activities
How science is delivering millions of healthy coral babies onto damaged reefs
Dolphins ride out dietary ups and downs