The drought has broken in parts of Australia, but the recovery of farming won't necessarily save us from a recession
A new inquiry will look at Australia's water: one of the most vitriolic and dangerous policy areas in this bone-dry yet also flood-prone country.
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With decreased rainfall and increased fire risks, the time for band-aid solutions is over.
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The profound flaws of giving handouts to drought-stricken farmers are well known. But little scrutiny is applied to the government's drought packages.
One hundred and twenty-three councils have been deemed eligible for more than $123 million worth of drought funding — but others suffering low rainfall are missing out. Inq takes a look at why.