Australia's environment minister says her government will urge against the U.N. adding the Great Barrier Reef to a list of endangered sites, saying worries are a reflection of the previous government.
New research points to a surprising way to stop spillovers of Hendra virus, which is harbored by bats. It's not often that it jumps to horses, then humans, but when it does, the result are brutal.
Jurors spent five days deliberating Brittany Higgins' claim of being raped in Parliament house before a judge discovered of of them brought outside research into the court, scrapping the whole trial.
Australia's government Cabinet agreed to again recognize Tel Aviv as the capital and reaffirmed that Jerusalem's status must be resolved in peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians
The trial of parliamentary staffer Brittany Higgins' alleged rapist, which began on Tuesday and could last up to six weeks, may become one of the country's most-watched court cases in decades.
The whales were found stranded on the remote west coast of Australia's island state of Tasmania. A marine biologist said the dead animals would be tested for toxins that might explain the disaster.
Australian wildlife authorities are investigating the deaths of the whales, which were discovered Monday on Tasmania's King Island, off the southeastern coast.
The 77-year-old man in a rural part of southwest Australia may have been keeping the wild kangaroo as a pet. It's reportedly the first fatal kangaroo attack in the country since 1936.
Murdoch threatened to sue the Australian news site Crikey over a column connecting him to rhetoric on Fox News ahead of the Jan. 6 siege at the U.S. Capitol. Crikey's response? Bring it on.
The sentence reduction means Umar Patek could be released on parole ahead of the 20th anniversary of the bombings in October.
The former prime minister defended his actions, saying they were a safeguard during the coronavirus pandemic and that he would have made the appointments public had he needed to use the powers.
While higher water temperatures led to a coral bleaching event in some areas in March, the temperatures did not climb high enough to kill the coral, according to the Australian government.
The wide-ranging report found the number of Australian species listed as threatened had increased since the 2016 report.
Days of torrential rain have caused dams to overflow and waterways to break their banks, bringing a fourth flood emergency in 16 months to parts of the city of 5 million people.
The new government may face pressure to set even more ambitious goals for a country that is one of the world's largest exporters of coal and liquified natural gas.