Feedback sought on Namoi Water Resource Plan
Minister for Water, Property and Housing, Melinda Pavey, has announced the Namoi Alluvium Water Resource Plan is now on public exhibition.
Feedback sought on Murray Water Resource Plan
Minister for Water, Property and Housing, Melinda Pavey, has announced the Murray Alluvium Water Resource Plan is now on public exhibition.
Community feedback called as Murrumbidgee Water Resource Plan released
Murrumbidgee communities are being asked to provide their feedback to the draft Murrumbidgee Surface Water Resource Plan currently on public exhibition.
Extra $811k to secure Bourke and Louth drinking water
NSW Minister for Water Melinda Pavey has announced additional funding of $811,000 for Bourke Shire Council to carry out emergency works that will secure the drinking water needs of communities.
Public consultations being held to help communities conserve their water supplies
Given the drought is intensifying across the state, the NSW Government continues to implement drought management measures in consultation with communities.
Water Regulator inspecting Coffs farms
The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) will visit a number of Coffs Harbour fruit and vegetable farms from Monday 20 May, to check they are complying with water management laws.
Water Regulator shepherds environmental water flows in state’s north
The Water Regulator is continuing to shepherd environmental water flows released from the northern Murray-Darling Basin.
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.
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.