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First Tasmanian devil babies born on mainland Australia in 3,000 years
The Tasmanian devil babies are part of a conservation effort to reintroduce the animals to mainland Australia.
New Zealand health system hackers have released patient data
The group responsible for the ransomware attack released patient details to local media who passed the data on to the police.
Samoa's newly elected first female PM locked out of parliament
On Monday morning, Prime Minister-elect Fiame Naomi Mata’afa and her supporters showed up at parliament to form a new government, but were not allowed inside.
Are hydrogen-powered cars steering Australia to a greener future?
Hydrogen cars get a boost in Australia as the first publicly available hydrogen refuelling station gets its ‘green’ stamp of approval from the Smart Energy Council.
This 300-million-year-old insect is helping future drones take flight
Aerodynamic dragonflies are some of the best fliers in the animal kingdom - and their skills are helping improve drone design.
'We are so lucky': New Zealand-Australia travel bubble opens
Excited passengers prepare to fly from Sydney Airport to New Zealand on the first flights to take advantage of a quarantine-free travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand.
Families rejoice travel bubble reunions at New Zealand airport
Hugs, tears of joy and smiles all around as families and friends are reunited thanks to a travel bubble agreement between New Zealand and Australia.
Travellers elated as Australia and New Zealand open travel bubble
Quarantine-free travel is now allowed between both countries, just in time for New Zealand's ski season.
Scientists have grown a clean, green superbug that eats sewage
A superbug which eats its way through wastewater has been grown from scratch at a plant in Australia.
Tribe that worships Prince Philip to mark death with ritual wailing
The group, based in villages on the island of Tanna in the former Anglo-French colony, revered Philip and believed him to be a reincarnation of an ancient warrior who left the island to fight a war.
Australia buys 20 million more Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines for COVID-19
The announcement comes hours after Australia said it would stop using the AstraZeneca jab on those under 50 years old.
Travel between Australia and New Zealand allowed from April 19
Travellers will not have to quarantine when they move between the two nations.
Former Olympian guilty of plotting to smuggle €130 million of cocaine
Nathan Baggaley, a three-time world champion canoeist, was found guilty alongside his brother of trying to smuggle 650 kilos of cocaine into Australia in 2018.
Volunteers pick fruit in Australian cemetery to combat food insecurity
"When we first started the real focus was on reducing waste, but we quickly realised what a problem food security is in Ballarat, and that's become the main reason for what we do," says co-Founder of Hidden Orchard Ellen Burns.
Clean-up underway after record flooding on Australia's east coast
Residents in New South Wales state started cleaning up on Thursday after record flooding on Australia's east coast.
Electronic 'noses' are being used to sniff out wildlife traffickers
Animals smuggled in luggage and mail may soon be saved with the help of one of Australia's most trafficked species.
Australian PM 'disgusted' over parliament sex scandal, vows to act
A whistleblower said that government staff used the parliament's prayer room to have sex, and that sex workers had been brought into the building.
Pet emu rescued from flooding in Sydney
A pet emu was rescued from flooding in Sydney, Australia.
Australia’s ‘unprecedented’ flooding triggers climate change concerns
Thousands have been affected in some of the same regions hit by Australia's devastating wildfires last summer.
Australia: Evacuations as severe floods hit Sydney and New South Wales
More evacuations have been ordered after heavy rain brought the worst flooding for decades in Australia's most populous state.
How has New Zealand harnessed the power of domestic travel?
After the country's borders closed, New Zealanders have been encouraged to explore all that Aotearoa has to offer.
France 'underestimated nuclear tests impact' in French Polynesia
The findings, published by the investigative journalism newsroom Disclose, suggest that the radiation levels caused by the tests were far greater than officially acknowledged.
Powerful earthquake off coast of New Zealand prompts mass evacuations
The earthquake followed two very strong 7.3 and 7.4 magnitude tremors, prompting thousands to seek higher ground.
Why these surfers in Australia are learning about Indigenous culture
Students surfers are being taught about the rich history of their local surf breaks.
Australia marine hotspots found to store 2bn tonnes of 'blue carbon'
Three UNESCO World Heritage sites can store billions of CO2 in carbon sinks, according to a new report.
Wild Aussie sheep loses 35 kilos at the baaa-bers
Despite Baarack's hefty locks, he falls short of the world record held by a late compatriot, Chris, who made headlines when he was shorn of a 41-kilogram mane in 2015.