The changing Australian climate has an impact on more than just the temperature. Is your water storage solution ready for shifting rainfall patterns?
Just in time for the UN's World Water Day in March, forecasters say the ongoing dry spell in Sydney is set to come to an end.
The oppressive summer heat isn’t going anywhere, but tropical rains are pushing from the north to some very grateful areas.
The Bureau of Meteorology's recent weather outlook noted increases in rainfall, meaning some areas throughout Australia may experience drought relief.
A Climate Council report looking into the prospective impact on healthcare from escalating climate change contains some troubling predictions.
In Part Two, we'll discuss how companies participating in miscellaneous industries are addressing water scarcity challenges.
Rainfall deficiencies, many of them quite serious, are persisting throughout Australia, as noted in a recent report from the Bureau of Meteorology.
Water resources are diminishing, according to figures from various research organisations. How is the Australian economy responding?
Perth is set to experience a dry spell over the next few days, but other parts of Western Australia may receive consistent rainfall.
The Northern Territory's agriculture sector accounts for a considerable portion of the state economy. How can farmers make their operations more sustainable?
Over the course of the past weekend, Cyclone Winston hit Fiji. This category 5 storm, according to Mashable, was the strongest of its kind on record.
Cyclone Tatiana serves as a timely reminder of the benefits of water storage systems such as polyethylene water tanks. Storms can provide valuable rainfall.
For homeowners, businesses and the agricultural sector, rainfall is essential. This is why drought is so troubling in Australia.
Queensland and the Northern Territory have been experiencing heavy rainfall, leading to flood warnings in rivers throughout select areas.
The perihelion is the point at which the earth is closest to the sun. The event often coincides with strong heat and ultraviolet radiation, which can damage some equipment.
Western Australia is due to experience consistent rainfall over the next week. However, will thunderstorms and frequent rains continue in February?
Adelaide may experience thunderstorms later in the week, but will the rest of South Australia encounter consistent rainfall as well?
Queensland experienced substantial rainfall at the start of the month, relieving drought-affected farmers of last year's harsh, dry conditions.
If you're looking to buy a poly water tank in Canberra or elsewhere in the ACT, here's a quick guide to rainfall patterns in the nation's heartland.
What will 2016 bring in Australia? Sky News found that we can expect drier and hotter months to come in the majority of our capital cities.
Climate change is often associated with drier, hotter conditions, but data from the BOM would suggest this isn't necessarily the case.