Jacob Saulwick A change in transport signs for New South Wales may leave tourists flummoxed.
Jacob Saulwick, Sarah Whyte ''We walk the black edge.'' Paul Downie is explaining how to fight fires without water. You do it with chainsaws, with rake hoes, and by take long slogging walks through charred-forests, breaking up...
Jacob Saulwick A MAJOR flood of the Hawkesbury Nepean Valley in western Sydney would be more devastating than the Brisbane floods of 2011 and was just as likely to occur, said an expert witness to the Queensland...
Jacob Saulwick, Peter Hannam, Gemma Khaicy LARGE swaths of far-western Sydney remain vulnerable to the types of flooding that occurred in Brisbane two years ago and that are ravaging parts of Queensland and northern NSW.
Jacob Saulwick MAMMOTH earthquakes tend to strike across the world in a cluster but scientists do not know why.
Jacob Saulwick and Amy McNeilage Prasad Kamath travels by train to work from Harris Park to Wynyard, and sometimes brings a spare pair of clothes because the carriages get so hot.
Jacob Saulwick THERE is not much farming going on in the Lockyer Valley right now, one of Australia's most fertile farming plains and a big supplier of vegetables on the east coast.
Jacob Saulwick He was only 13 but he gave his life even though he had lived it scared of water and of the dark.
Jacob Saulwick GRANTHAM MORE than a week after a wall of water carved its way through their town, residents of the southern and western halves of Grantham were finally allowed to visit their homes yesterday - and then the...
Jacob Saulwick and Tom Reilly GRANTHAM THEY move in straight lines, inching along, feeling their way through water and mud with long wooden staffs.
Jacob Saulwick HOW do you supply the best part of a state when its highway system is splintered and its biggest port is swamped by debris and closed for business?
Jacob Saulwick PERSUADING governments to plan for big floods and stormwater crises has become increasingly difficult during the drought-stricken past decade, water management experts say.
Jacob Saulwick Julia Gillard will move fast to try to reassert the government's credentials on climate change when Parliament sits for the first time since the election tomorrow.
Jacob Saulwick Apprentices are already being trained in the "green skills" that formed the centrepiece of Kevin Rudd's address to the Labor Party conference.