Brisbane River at its cleanest since 2013

LIAM WIDDICOMBE With its grey-green water and muddy banks, the Brisbane River hasn't been winning any awards for clarity or beauty lately , however all that might be changing as the river reaches its cleanest levels since the 2013 … [Read more...]

New “drought breaking” technology on trial

CHELSEA MAPPAS Power costs and water consumption could potentially reduce thanks to a new research facility opened at the University of Queensland’s Gatton campus. The facility aims to conduct research into hybrid cooling technologies aimed … [Read more...]

Palaszczuk backs down on fluoride promise

PATRICK CONNORS Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has recently backed down on the issue of water fluoridation, claiming the Labor government isn’t going to force local councils to change their stance on fluoride. Under the Newman … [Read more...]