NSW Water Regulator encouraged by response to embargo in state's west
The Chief of the NSW independent water regulator said he was encouraged by what his officers found when carrying out a targeted compliance campaign last week in the state’s west.
NSW water metering rules now apply
Non-urban water users are being advised that some new rules under the NSW Government’s robust metering framework are now in effect.
First advice from new Snowy Advisory Committee on water flows
The first advice from the new Snowy Advisory Committee (SAC) about environmental water flows from the Snowy River has been delivered to the NSW Government this month.
New meter accreditation agency is good news for regional water users
The NSW Government is pleased to advise NSW water users that Manly Hydraulics Laboratory has been granted extended accreditation to test non-urban water meters that have a flow capacity up to 1,500 litres per second as a step in the water meter pattern approval process.
Review into NSW Water Reform Action Plan gives positive report
The NSW Government has welcomed the findings of an independent review into the government’s Water Reform Action Plan.
Initial report into Northern Rivers bottled water released
The initial report from the Independent Review of the Impacts of the Bottled Water Industry on Groundwater Resources in the Northern Rivers Region of NSW has been released.
Community notice: Wilcannia Weir upgrade consultation commences
The department is pleased to advise that the business case and scoping study for the upgrade of Wilcannia Weir are now available for review.
Snapshot of environmental water in the NSW northern basin
The NSW Government has outlined how it is delivering upon its commitment to better manage environmental water in the NSW northern Murray-Darling Basin.
Drought relief: NSW Government confirms funding guidelines for $1 Billion Safe & Secure Water Program
The NSW Government has today released the funding guidelines for its flagship $1 billion Safe & Secure Water Program (SSWP), confirming that during the transition applicants may submit eligible detailed applications under the former guidelines until 1 April 2019.
NSW says it's time for Basin Plan to pass the test
The NSW Government will take a strong negotiating position on behalf of NSW Basin communities at the Murray-Darling Basin Ministerial Council.