Wounded Country is a provocative record of voices from the frontline of the land and water grab of the past two centuries, writes Tracey Carpenter.
Long-term community and union activists Andrew Chuter and Rachel Evans will run for the Socialist Alliance in the New South Wales Senate. Jim McIlroy reports.
Almond plantations are guzzling so much water from the Murray Darling Basin that even the Almond Board of Australia wants new orchards to be put on hold until the water supply can be assured. Daniel Pedersen reports.
Charges against Baakindji woman and water campaigner Leah Ebsworth have finally been dropped, reports Paul Oboohov.
Turkey’s system of huge dams is not just about irrigation and generating hydro-electric power, writes Sarah Glynn. It is a source of political power over the whole region.
The ongoing injustices and dispossession of First Nations peoples can be seen in the devastating impact of stolen water rights. But, writes Tracey Carpenter, some changes have been won in Victoria.
The New South Wales Independent Planning Commission has decided not to approve an application by South32 to extend its Dendrobium coal mine under Sydney’s main water catchment. Margaret Gleeson reports.
The Australian Peoples’ Tribunal report into the Baarka/Darling River system disaster has made recommendations to decommodify water, reports Coral Wynter.
Against scientific advice, the NSW government has approved Wollongong Coal's push to expand its underground mine at Russell Vale, reports Kerry Smith.
Baakindji woman and water activist Leah Ebsworth has pleaded not guilty to charges arising from a protest on the bridge earlier this year, reports Paul Oboohov.
A Baakindji woman and water activist has been unfairly charged for a protest in March. Supporters plan to gather outside the court, reports Paul Oboohov.
A new ACCC report has identified major weaknesses in the water market, but recommends more of the same, reports Tracey Carpenter.