Fish, frogs, turtles and platypus at major risk of extinction following the bushfires. So why aren't they getting much attention?
Recent rains have not eliminated the threat of a repeat of last summer's mass fish deaths.
Fire debris flowing into Murray-Darling Basin will exacerbate the risk of fish and other aquatic life dying en masse in a repeat of the shocking fish kills of last summer.
The Australian government is effectively spending A$95 million so it can sell water to farmers for A$10 million.
Buybacks by open tenders were a successful, cost-effective way of returning water to the Murray-Darling Basin. They should never have been abandoned.
The endangered Australasian bittern offers a way past the 'farmers vs environmentalist' debate in the Murray-Darling basin.
Billions of dollars have been spent on infrastructure schemes in the Murray Darlling Basin with no measurable improvement.
A federal program to help the Murray-Darling environment accidentally lowered water levels – but not as much as previous reports had feared.
Federal environment minister Sussan Ley said the environment doesn't necessarily need all its water, whereas farmers do. But denying rivers even part of their water can harm their health in many ways.
The Murray-Darling Basin might not survive future climate change shocks without changes to the plan.
Simply giving the Commonwealth more power won't fix the Murray-Darling Basin crisis.
The controversy over the water purchase is based on an old story; the election has enabled it to be resurrected for a powerful fresh spin around the political circuit.
The latest Murray-Darling Basin scandal calls into question whether the government is using public money wisely.
For the Barkandji people, the crisis on the Barwon-Darling represents the biggest threat to their continued survival on country since the sheep invaded.
Neither of the two federal investigations into fish deaths in the Darling River include any Indigenous representation.
A decade of bipartisan research has provided plenty of answers to the problems plaguing the Darling River.
Crises in the Darling River have raised questions about cotton and rice farming in the Murray Darling Basin.
Mass fish deaths are a blaring warning sign for the heath of the Murray Darling Basin, but just as worrying is the sight of dry areas in the Darling.
Public confidence in the institutions in charge of the Murray Darling Basin has plummeted – with good reason.
Hundreds of thousands of fish have died in low-oxygen water. Here's what actually happened to the oxygen, and why we might see more deaths in the coming weeks.