As part of a slew of improvements to their community, residents of Ituni, Upper Demerara-Berbice are now receiving up to eight hours of water
Egypt will push Ethiopia this week to agree to an external mediator to help resolve a deepening dispute over a giant hydropower dam being built
A customers caries her groceries out of Food Town. The store $15,000 monthly utility bills, and that’s with a solar power system as well.
Young people across Australia are being hit hard by the drought — now they want to be heard and be part of a solution.
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MP Bob Katter says “when you have a national crisis, you don’t play politics, you try to pull together”, amid calls for a bipartisan approach
Former Queensland premier Campbell Newman has said he thinks new calls for the Morrison Government to implement a 'HECS-style' loan scheme to
The West Australian's Gemma Tognini says "when it comes to bipartisanship" between the Labor Party and the Coalition on a national drought plan,
A Queensland great grandmother recalls the challenges of life on the land as she celebrates a century in the rural town of Biggenden.
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