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“They were there in an attempt to survey a pipeline to convey coal seam gas from gas giant Santos’s proposed Narrabri gas field. As one landholder, David Chadwick, said: the pipeline was the “head of the snake” and if allowed to proceed would...

If you're one of those people that insists water has a taste and are picky about it, Mitte might be the solution to your nasty tap water problems. It's a home water system that purifies and mineralizes tap water, making it healthier and tastier to dr...

Eventually full details of this investigation will become public, as it cannot seriously be thought to be in the public interest for the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) not to publish findings.The Australian, 27 October 2017:ICAC...

If there’s one thing the NSW Nationals can be relied on to do it is to run with any short-sighted idea which involves the threat of environmental degradation and risk to regional water catchments.Here we have them joining the Liberals in touting wh...

John 7:38 “He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.”The Living WaterA few weeks have passed since the butterfly event when we changed the mower blade. As I stood there firming up the...

Cities need to work with their local ecosystems and not against them. This is evidently true when it comes to waste management and overt displays of green initiatives. There is a harder aspect of ecological thinking for cities and it’s usually...

 Where did the water coming out of your tap come from? How is it filtered and purified? How much does it cost the city and state per gallon to deliver? How can they improve that? These and other questions come naturally as fresh water becomes mo...