Barbados Steps Up Plans for Renewables, Energy Efficiency
With wind, solar and other renewable energy sources steadily increasing their share in energy consumption across the Caribbean, Barbados is taking steps to f...
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I’m full up to pussy’s bow with frustration and despair. Here are just a few of the things that have got me riled this week alone Sign up here to get an emai...
Red Symons has 'significant' brain injury but remains 'sh...
ABC broadcaster Red Symons has suffered a "significant injury to his brain" but no loss of function after a serious fall earlier this month, colleague Jon Fa...
Tiwi Island Sistagirls set sights on future in fashion
Seven Sistagirls undergo a two-week crash course in textiles and hope to start a fashion label once they show the world what they can do at the Darwin Aborig...
Further power bill relief planned under SA government bul...
More than 180,000 low-income households could save hundreds of dollars on their power bills, if a new bulk-buy proposal being promoted by the South Australia...
Police charge man after violent road rage brawl
Mobile phone footage of a violent road rage incident in Sydney's west has helped police charge one of the men allegedly involved.
Labor MP breaks ranks on poker machines in pubs and clubs
Tasmanian Labor MP Madeleine Ogilvie brings on a spat with the hotel sector after saying she doesn't want pokies in pubs.
WA households reap benefits of new gas war
The arrival of energy retailer AGL in Western Australia sparks a new gas war and consumers are told "you'd be a mug not to shop around" for the best deal.
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A King’s Noble Vision: ‘Iolani Palace in an Age of Histor...
'I only ride quiet horses': 96yo cameleer still working i...
As hardy as the camels he works with, John Wilkinson has been returning to Central Australia every year since he retired 40-odd years ago.
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Murdoch University
Charities 'creating privacy risks by collecting private i...
Charities are using increasingly intrusive mechanisms to get your money, a privacy advocate says, by demanding unnecessary personal details with permission t...
'I'm a criminal for quitting smoking': Should vaping be l...
A new study strengthens claims that e-cigarettes and vapour devices are useful tools to help smokers quit.
Starting again would be devastating for farmers like me
We've had three years of record-breaking heat, we don't have time to start the Murray Darling Basin Plan from scratch, writes Jim McDonald.
Aussie dollar surges past 80 US cents on 'dovish' Fed rat...
The Australian dollar surges past the 80 US cent mark for the first time in more than two years as the greenback falls on what was perceived as a downbeat st...
How Aboriginal rangers helped keep the peace in Kalgoorlie
As hundreds of people waited outside Kalgoorlie Courthouse for the outcome of the Elijah Doughty manslaughter case, a group of young Aboriginal men were work...
Emma McKeon claims more Aussie silver at world swimming t...
Emma McKeon falls just short of striking Australia's first gold at the world swimming championships in Budapest, finishing in a dead heat for second in the 2...
Aboriginal rangers help ease Kalgoorlie tensions
As hundreds of people waited outside Kalgoorlie Courthouse for the outcome of the Elijah Doughty manslaughter case, a group of young Aboriginal men were work...
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ABC
Why is Trump banning transgender people from the US milit...
US President Donald Trump announces he will not allow transgender individuals to serve in the United States military in any capacity. Here's what you need to...
'I don't think they had a choice': Florist defends police...
Sydney florist Manuel Theoharas says a 30-year-old man shot dead by NSW police near Central Station had attacked him with scissors and a broken bottle outsid...
Syrians Fleeing the War Seek Refuge in Brazil Where the A...
Syrians fleeing the country's civil war are trying to find a place in Brazil they can call home.
United Airlines sued over death of giant rabbit
A group of Iowa businessmen file a lawsuit against United Airlines over the death of a giant rabbit whose lifeless body was discovered in a kennel after a fl...
Cassandra Sainsbury faces Colombian court for early plea bid
Accused Adelaide drug smuggler Cassandra Sainsbury arrives at a Colombian court and could know her fate within hours after reportedly striking a plea deal wi...
Cassandra Sainsbury facing 6 years in jail for Colombian ...
Accused Adelaide drug smuggler Cassandra Sainsbury reportedly admits in a Colombian court that she trafficked drugs, with her lawyers quoted as saying she ha...
Djokovic to miss rest of 2017 season
This season will mark the first time since 2010 that Novak Djokovic will fail to win a major, after succumbing to an elbow injury.
Djokovic to miss rest of 2017 season due to elbow injury
This season will mark the first time since 2010 that Novak Djokovic will fail to win a major, after succumbing to an elbow injury.
Trains delays of up to 45 mins across Brisbane network
An overhead powerline fault at Brisbane's Roma Street train station is causing major delays across the train network in the south-east this morning.
Pesky possum causes trains delays across Brisbane network
A possum caught on overhead wire at Brisbane's Roma Street train station is responsible for causing delays across the entire train network in the south-east ...
Why the APY Lands dominate the Australian art scene
This year the list of finalists for the Archibald and Wynne prizes is stacked with artists from the APY lands in remote north-west South Australia. Here's why.
Hobart Mayor lashes 'pale, male and stale' councillors ov...
Hobart Lord Mayor Sue Hickey says local government is old and unrepresentative of popular public opinion, after council delegates narrowly defeated moves to ...
'We're not bumpkins': Tasmanian farmers using drones, wifi
Irrigators signed up to Tasmania's Southern Highlands Irrigation Scheme are using technology to help maximise on-farm water efficiency.
New plan to dam WA's Fitzroy River and create cotton powe...
A New South Wales-based company puts forward a new plan to dam Western Australia's Fitzroy River, but environmentalists warn it will destroy the waterway, wh...
ADF inquiry probes claims SAS member planted gun on slain...
A secretive inquiry probing the activities of Australian special forces in Afghanistan is investigating allegations an SAS member gunned down an Afghan busin...
Syrian refugee families to receive free visas in new trial
Derar Alkhateeb, a university-qualified IT specialist, and his wife and child will be among 10 families offered a free visa in Australia under a new Federal ...
Worker in 'toxic' NSW Ambulance call centre 'had phoneboo...
A former NSW Ambulance employee says workplace bullying and harassment was more devastating to her mental health than any trauma she experienced in her 25 ye...
Worker in 'toxic' ambulance call centre 'had phonebook th...
A former NSW Ambulance employee says workplace bullying and harassment was more devastating to her mental health than any trauma she experienced in her 25 ye...
Shiprock Looks to Humane Plan for Feral Horses
 Shiprock Chapter President Duane “Chili” Yazzie has a plan to contain the population of feral horses in the chapter, and he’s reachin...
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Thousands evacuated from tourist-heavy French Riviera as ...
French authorities evacuate thousands of tourists and local residents after a wildfire breaks out on France's Riviera coast.
12,000 flee bushfires as planes waterbomb French Riviera ...
Backed by planes dropping water and fire retardant, more than 1,000 firefighters battle bushfires on France's southern Cote d'Azur.
Minneapolis police set stricter body camera rules after J...
Minneapolis establish police body camera rules more than a week after officers failed to activate cameras during the fatal police shooting of Australian woma...
Australia 'very conscious' of China's spy ship navigation...
Defence Minister Marise Payne says Australia monitored a Chinese spy ship "very carefully" as the vessel observed military exercises between Australia and th...
'What if it was your child?': Charlie Gard's parents lash...
A British judge gives the parents of the critically ill child until noon on Thursday to finalise arrangements for his death with the hospital caring for him,...
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