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New contract saves on Wivenhoe electricity costs
Griffith Mayor welcomes changes to murray-darling Plan
Scientists predict heavy flood events over Sierra Nevadas will become more extreme under future climate warming
Researchers anticipate rise of some mosquito-borne diseases
Signs of confidence returning to Queensland rural sector
Majority of groundwater stores resilient to climate change
Weekend rain fills Spring Creek dam, boosts Suma storage levels
Council takes cautious approach to easing of water restrictions to level 3
Level five water restrictions to be relaxed
Visy Tumut Region Recovery Fund awards further grants
Water storage hits significant milestone
New World Bank Project Supports Sudan’s Students, Teachers Amid School Closures Due to COVID
PGF creates more than 10k jobs, success stories across NZ
Tiny plants crucial for sustaining dwindling water supplies: global analysis
Level 5 water restrictions remain until outlook improves
Where is water during a drought?
Multi-billion pound investment as government unveils new long-term plan to tackle flooding
Historic investment in iconic National Parks
More camping spots in national parks to open
Community wins big with $2 million COVID funding
Govt launches bold primary sector plan to boost economic recovery
Fast-track consenting law boosts jobs and economic recovery
Close to $60 million in sporting infrastructure upgrades for…
Auckland water consent referred to Board of Inquiry
New Zealand First welcomes PGF investment in Wairarapa Water
Far North iwi building water storage
All-terrain vehicle stolen at Swan Reach
Rewards for Hunter Water customers who conserve water
Greater rewards for Sydney Water customers who conserve water
Streamlined consents to boost jobs and economic recovery
Sandringham Centre Cements Victoria As Nation’s Golf State
Rapid progress for Northland water
Regional Queensland shares in $16 million for resilient infrastructure
Hon Shane Jones announces candidacy for seat of Northland
Australian-First Renewable Organics Networks
Bristol key partner in international project to tackle climate change resilience in Horn of Africa
Government exempts some home improvements from costly consents
Steady river flows sustain Orange’s water storage
Ongoing benefits to flow from Paluma Dam works
Federal water rebate must keep flowing
Cabinet’s nitrogen policy produces 30 per cent less ammonia
Farmers need to be heard not patronised
Pioneering payment system for water stations
PGF backing regions through loans
Northland water storage work on track
$15k for community environment initiatives
PGF projects resume at Alert Level 3
Changes in snowmelt threaten farmers in western U.S