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Wivenhoe Dam still thirsty amid slight top-up

Premium Content Wivenhoe Dam still thirsty amid slight top-up

According to Seqwater, Wivenhoe now sits 40.9 per cent capacity and Somerset Dam at...

Somerset Dam delivers Easter gift to thirsty Wivenhoe

Premium Content Somerset Dam delivers Easter gift to thirsty Wivenhoe

Dam authorities have opened sluice gates at Somerset Dam following heavy rain

Best of the rain misses Ipswich again

Premium Content Best of the rain misses Ipswich again

More rain is expected for Tuesday, but so far the dire predictions have not...

Are we any wiser for ‘Smart City’ expenditure?

Premium Content Are we any wiser for ‘Smart City’ expenditure?

The ratepayers of Ipswich have learned how much was spent on travel for a failed...

Good and bad news for dams post deluge

Premium Content Good and bad news for dams post deluge

Almost half the region’s dams are now spilling as a result of the rain this week

SEQ Deluge: Major dams still waiting for a drink

Premium Content SEQ Deluge: Major dams still waiting for a drink

More rain is needed to top up the region’s major dams, despite Sunday’s flash...

Wet week worth a drop in ocean for major dams

Premium Content Wet week worth a drop in ocean for major dams

With more rain on the radar, further dam level increases are possible

Restrictions on cards if La Niña fails to deliver

Premium Content Restrictions on cards if La Niña fails to deliver

What was shaping up to be a wet summer has yet to deliver enough rain to replenish...

Rain on cards as Wivenhoe drops to 12-year low

Premium Content Rain on cards as Wivenhoe drops to 12-year low

Ipswich is in desperate need of solid rain following a drier than average 2020.

Conservation call as dam levels approach trigger point

Premium Content Conservation call as dam levels approach trigger point

Urban Utilities is calling on Ipswich residents to do what they can to reduce water...

Better than average February leaves Ipswich in green

Premium Content Better than average February leaves Ipswich in green

After a long dry spell, Ipswich has received almost 300mm of rain after the first...

Warning as water levels continue to drop

Premium Content Warning as water levels continue to drop

Residents have again been urged to consider their water use

Dam levels drop, Seqwater urges residents to save water

Premium Content Dam levels drop, Seqwater urges residents to save water

Combined dam levels across the southeast have dropped a further 0.3 per cent since...

Water wise message for Somerset and Lockyer Valley residents

Premium Content Water wise message for Somerset and Lockyer Valley residents

The water supply schemes in the Lockyer Valley and Somerset are not connected to...

Every drop counts: residents urged to limit their water use

Premium Content Every drop counts: residents urged to limit their water use

Ipswich residents are urged to limit their water consumption after dam levels...

Hotter than average days on radar for week ahead

Premium Content Hotter than average days on radar for week ahead

Dam levels continue to drop across region

Dams feel pinch after long dry

Premium Content Dams feel pinch after long dry

No sign of rain as Bureau predicts warm, dry start to spring

Dam levels hit warning stage as drought persists

Premium Content Dam levels hit warning stage as drought persists

Especially low levels will result in mandatory water restrictions

Our dam levels on the rise after storms

Our dam levels on the rise after storms

Rainfall has brought Boodooma Dam's levels up to over forty percent

Wet and soggy start to school holidays in Ipswich

Wet and soggy start to school holidays in Ipswich

Temperatures will drop as low as 17C and showers are not letting up

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