Australia's first overview of its sharks reveals extinction is a risk for several species, but vast areas of unfished sea is helping.
A new online interactive mapping tool shows what could happen to famous Australian beaches like Byron Bay and Manly if sea levels rise due to climate change.
A severe weather warning has been issued with icy blasts of wind, storms and snow on the way for Victorians as their ‘temperature rollercoaster’ continues.
WA Forestry Minister Dave Kelly says the native forest industry’s biggest player warned it would close down this year without almost $26m of Government funding.
Career conservationist Dr Mike Wysong, who spent 14 years working in Hawaii, has joined the team at South Coast Natural Resource Management in Albany.
A controversial project has been given the green light as credit experts note financing is drying up for the ‘dirty’ industry.
Rebecca Le May
The Federal Government has approved a controversial coal expansion project, which had been subject to a court order demanding ministers consider its impact on climate change.
Plans for a tourism camp in the remote Tasmanian wilderness have suffered a setback after a court ruled the state's planning tribunal needs to assess it again.
It’s shaping as a wetter and stormier summer across the nation’s east coast after the chances of another La Nina occurring were raised.
A man had to be pulled from a cherry picker in western Sydney after a freak accident that paramedics described as almost becoming an ‘absolute disaster’.
The CSIRO have named 150 species in the past year including a soldier fly after American drag queen icon RuPaul and several beetles after Pokemon.
The Conservation Council of WA claims the Environmental Protection Authority’s approvals process for Woodside Petroleum’s huge gas project was flawed.
The communities that’ll bear the brunt of this horse-before-cart decision are still in the dark and are asking the Premier and ministers involved for answers — so far, they’ve had no response.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
Wardandi Flora Reserve has been used as a rubbish tip, unofficial campground and hoon spot in the past but botanists are excited to share the spring spirit of one of Australind’s natural hidden gems.
Fishing fanatics will not be the only ones casting their lines next month as thousands of rainbow and brown trout are released for Troutfest 2021.
Parts of NSW, including Sydney, have been hammered by rain and hail ruining ‘picnic day’ celebrations for many. Here’s when sunny days will return.
Hail and icy showers across Canberra, the Illawarra, and NSW south coast were a world away from the weekend’s steamy weather.
The very early stages of a devastating bushfire were spotted from the air, but crews could not fight it for one key reason.
Sydneysiders woke to new freedoms on Monday with many flocking to local parks and beaches to celebrate.
An eastern suburbs council has restricted access to two beaches as warm weather drives Sydneysiders to the water.
A new theory has emerged about why three-year-old AJ couldn’t be found for 72 hours despite a widespread search of bushland.
A WA timber company that came to WA in 2019 said the State Government encouraged it to invest $50m before announcing this week it would now end native forest logging.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River launches its next foray into local action on climate change tomorrow.
The bravery of two men who died after facing hellish bushfires in NSW has been laid bare at inquests into their deaths.
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