Australia lowered its wheat forecast by nearly 13 percent on Tuesday as a crippling drought across the country’s east coast has cut output from the world’s fourth-largest exporter to a 10-year low.
The entire state of Queensland has no overarching conservation strategy to save its native species, according to a leaked internal review that criticises a lack of funding, planning and management
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Vienna has dislodged Melbourne for the first time at the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index, strengthening the Austrian capital’s claim to being the world’s most plea
The first group of at least 30 SA rhinos is set to emigrate to Australia in 2019 to help ensure the survival of the species.
Greenpeace has called on the Australian government to suspend the sale of the weedkiller Roundup after a US court ruled it had caused the terminal cancer of an American man.
The Sydney basin faces the prospect of more coal mining after the Berejiklian government issued the first new exploration licence in the region in more than two decades, and extended several other
Ministers today agreed to release an exposure draft of the National Electricity Law amendments for the National Energy Guarantee (Guarantee) – a key reform for the security, reliability, and afford
Australia’s Westpac Banking Corp said on Thursday it would disburse A$100 million ($74.2 million) in cheap loans to farmers as a record dry spell hits parts of the nation, while the country’s lende
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