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From 80% wage grants in the UK to a $2 trillion rescue package in the US, here's how different countries are supporting employers affected by COVID-19.
From the discovery of flying reptile fossils to another mass coral bleaching, here’s a look at other news stories besides the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Following decades of habitat loss and catastrophic wildfires, this marsupial may now be endangered in some areas of the country.
'Life Sentences' encouraged South Australian prisoners to write - and showed how they might benefit from the experience.
After wildfires devastated huge areas of forest and agricultural land in Australia, the UK's Kew Gardens Millenium Seed Bank are storing seeds in sub-zero temperatures to ensure the survi...
Australia has experienced the biggest sustained rainfall for 30 years in Sydney and the surrounding areas, causing flooding after a summer of extreme heat and deadly bushfires.
Fire warnings have been reissued in southeast Australia following reports of a heatwave accompanied by high winds. The states of New South Wales and Victoria have been some of the hardest...
A group from the Forum of Young Global Leaders has designed a smart platform that matches donations and offers of help with the people and places they're needed most.
"It is here," said Lynette Wallworth while accepting her Crystal Award at the 2020 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.
A series of weather maps shows how the country has warmed over the past century.
As the bushfires rage in Australia, people from around the world are doing their part to try to reduce the damage caused.
After severe drought and extreme temperatures, the fire season in Australia this year has brought unprecedented deforestation.
Australia's 2019 bushfires have ripped through the country. Here are five things you need to know about them, from CO2 levels to the destruction of nature.
Over Victoria, Australia, intense bushfires are creating 'pyrocumulonimbus' thunderstorms.
Bushfires raging in the states of New South Wales and Queensland have emitted 250 million tonnes of CO2. Experts say climate change is fuelling extreme weather.