Matches at the Australian Open may be suspended if air pollution from the recent wildfires poses a risk to the players' health.
A hypnotic animation produced by Copernicus' European Atmospheric Monitoring Service shows how Australian fires have generated so much smoke that it has gone around the world, back to Australia
The number of wild camels in Australia is reported to be more than 1.2 million.
The German engineering company says they are sticking to their contractual obligations, but climate activists tell Euronews the decision is a "historic mistake".
After a long night of worry, but also of camaraderie, Burragate's tired volunteer firefighters returned to bed early on Saturday.
Sydney's iconic opera house was illuminated in tribute to those battling wildfires as the blazes claimed the life of a professional firefighter
The sails of the Sydney Opera House were illuminated with messages and photographs to show support for firefighters and wildfire-affected communities.
They say coal-fired power plants contribute to global warming and want German firm Siemens to pull out of the project.
Wildfires ravaging Australia have taken a grisly toll on the country's wildlife with hundreds of millions of wild animals believed to have been killed in the blazes, along with thousands of livestock.
Catastrophic bushfires have turned swathes of land into smouldering, blackened landscapes and destroyed an area about the size of the island of Ireland, according to official figures, with authorities warning the disaster still has weeks or months to run.
Heartbreaking images of the devastation caused by wildfires in Australia
Grisly images from New South Wales show the remains of animals at the roadside in Batlow where a man also died defending his property from the out of control bushfires.
People are determined to keep going in the face of tragedy.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said 23 people have now died in the wildfires so far this summer.
The authorities expect conditions to worsen on Friday and Saturday.
A giant wall of smoke and flames hovers over the Melbourne suburb of Cranbourne, as Australia endures one of the worst days of its months-long bushfire crisis.
The authorities in New South Wales confirmed that three people have died in the blaze.
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The celebrations have been cancelled in Canberra as temperatures reach 38C.
The mid-northern coast of New South Wales was home to up to 28,000 koalas, but wildfires have significantly reduced their population in recent months.
Heat-related illnesses are depleting crews across southern Australia.
Cudlee Creek: Koala gets a refreshing drink of water as wildfires rage
New South Wales is in the middle of a seven-day state of emergency as the fires, encouraged by a ferocious heatwave, rage out of control.
New South Wales where Sydney lies remains under a state of emergency as around 2000 firefighters struggle to limit around 100 wildfires.
But there's no way to put them out completely, only rain could do that.
Helicopters battle raging bushfires in Australia
Around 2,000 firefighters are battling the fires, half of which remain uncontrolled, in Australia's most populous state with temperatures reaching 39C in central Sydney