The NSW Nationals in the state government are calling communities in coastal areas to have their say on whether existing harvestable rights limits in coastal draining catchments are sufficient.
Plans to deliver greater water security to Tamworth and the Peel Valley have reached a significant milestone thanks to The Nationals in Government.
NSW Nationals Senator Perin Davey says the South Australian Government must come clean on the lack of reliability in its water compliance regime.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are calling on the community to have their say on the draft Regional Water Strategy.
The NSW Nationals in the state government have commenced consultation on the first-ever statewide 20-year water strategy.
Twice as much water is expected to enter the Menindee Lakes from the Barwon-Darling River as it achieves full connectivity from Queensland to Menindee.
Nationals Senators have condemned Labor for its blatant snub of Murray-Darling Basin communities in an attempt to win the favour of Adelaide Greens voters.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are seeking feedback about what information the communities in NSW need to improve access and public confidence in the water market.
NSW Nationals Senator Perin Davey spent years working in water policy before entering Parliament. Here she writes about why it’s important to look at real-world results, not just numbers on a page, when it comes to water. In any other world 97 per cent would be a high distinction. It is a sad indictment of…
It is an important chance for residents, farmers, businesses, and councils to have their say on how water infrastructure is designed and managed in the future.