Fruit and vegetable growers are hoping to start a national conversation about the problems they are facing and predict that consumers will feel the price pinch in the next decade.
Opposition Water spokesman Tony Burke has announced Labor would change the way 450 gigalitres of water is recovered, by "restoring the socio-economic definition" for delivering water.
The parched landscape of outback South Australia is being rejuvenated by floodwaters flowing from the Channel Country towards Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre.
Faced with a unique problem, locals in the WA coastal town of Carnarvon have come up with a unique solution with a dredge named 'Community Spirit'.
Victoria faces a gas shortage by 2021 as offshore reserves start to run out. One proposed solution is to build the country's first floating gas import facility on the Mornington Peninsula, but residents are worried about the environmental risks.
Productivity Commission's review of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan finds costs and time blowouts and recommends the MDBA be split in two.
The Federal Government calls for an independent review of the mass fish kill in the Lower Darling, after Labor called its own scientific study.
Indian miner Adani remains under investigation by the Queensland Government for alleged illegal works on its Carmichael mine site, despite federal authorities ruling out any wrongdoing in October.
For farmers these are very difficult times, seriously exacerbated by the drought. Those looking for a scapegoat for the recent tragedy of fish deaths below Menindee Lakes achieve nothing more than fuelling media coverage and unrest, writes Les Gordon.