Australia has been warned it would need to dramatically increase its plastic reprocessing by up to 400 per cent to meet national recycling targets in the wake of export restrictions.
Sydneysiders experienced 28 days of hazardous air quality last year, double the total for the previous 10 years, and health experts say new policies are needed for this unprecedented length of exposure to bushfire smoke.
Preliminary test results have come back positive for the new coronavirus, with confirmation expected on Monday.
Centre Alliance senator spends $50,000 on software to "manage constituents", $40,000 more than any other politician and ten times the average.
A controversial new study claims about one in every five cancers diagnosed in Australia would have been better left undiscovered.
The Chinese government has halted overseas tour group bookings in response to the virus, putting further pressure on Australia's bushfire-battered tourism industry.
Australian mining magnate Andrew Forrest has repeated his claim that the bushfires are primarily the cause of fuel loads and arson during an ...
James Mollison said great works of art "simply tear me apart". He wanted to share that pleasure with everyone in Australia - and so he did.
It is atop a narrow road running along a ridgeline a few kilometres out of Kinglake that things start to get really, really scary.
Perhaps it's the price tags, or the relentless burden of monitoring activity, but many parents question why their children need their own device for the classroom.
Many young people have no knowledge of a genocide conducted in the heart of enlightened Europe. The consequences will be felt for years.
It has been 75 years since the Nazi extermination camp Auschwitz was liberated and as Holocaust survivors say, its lessons are still as relevant as ever.
Australian schools are among the world's biggest users of technology but some question its effectiveness and expense.
How much have you given? A new survey reveals the typical donation so far.
"I'd like to see Australia export more than just high-end avocado toast and flat whites."
Waverley Council mayor Paula Masselos says new planning rules are "urgently needed" to protect Centennial Park from intrusive developments along its perimeter.
The Northern Beaches Council will review its design of new toilet and shower facilities at Mona Vale Beach following concerns raised by some residents.