Japan regulators approve release of Fukushima water into sea
The water, used to cool reactors in the aftermath of the 2011 nuclear disaster, is being stored in huge tanks in the plant, and amounted to more than 1.3 million tonnes by July.
Drought-hit Italian city introduces restrictions on use of drinking water
Municipalities across Italy have begun introducing some form of water rationing after an unusually hot and dry spring sparked widespread alarm.
Travelling 12km for water every two days
Water poverty, a lack of access to clean and treated water, is a problem especially in rural areas and the interior.
47 areas in Petaling to experience water disruptions today
The water disruptions began at 9am today with supply to be fully restored at 9am tomorrow.
Waiting for the water train in scorching India
Temperatures often exceed 45 degrees Celsius here, but this year the heat came early in what many experts say is more proof of climate change making life unbearable for India's 1.4 billion people.
Japan teacher in hot water after Covid prevention efforts rack up US$27,000 pool bill
The teacher, who has not been identified, thought a constant flow of fresh water into the pool would keep it Covid free and left the tap on from late June to early September.
Water-poor Indians turn to apps in dry season
Nearly 600 million people in India are facing 'high to extreme water stress', according to a government think tank.
Water supply 28% restored in Klang Valley
Areas in Kuala Selangor have recorded a 75.6% recovery rate, Hulu Selangor 60.7%, Petaling 60.4%, Shah Alam 40.4% and Klang 0.9%.
Some concerns about the proposed Kulim airport
It has huge potential to cause massive negative effects on the surrounding environment, if not properly planned, sited and executed.
Company director held under Sosma for sabotage of Selangor water services granted RM50,000 bail
Court of Appeal panel says Lim Kian Aik was confirmed to be suffering from acute coronary syndrome.
The long trek for water in Kedah interior
In Baling, a rural district in Kedah bordering Perak and Thailand, pipe water is patchy at best, and many residents are forced to depend on rivers for their water supply.
In rural Kedah, clean water supply still a pipe dream for villagers
They have had to resort to creating their own pipeline in addition to depending on the river for the water they need each day.