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Kate's English garden design for the Chelsea Flower Show is under threat of being eclipsed by an eco-garden staged by charity Camfed, which is supported by.
'Water is money' but these regional communities don't have it — and they've had enough
NSW's water woes extend beyond the farm gate and its impact on the local environment — water is intimately linked to the strength of regional economies. And many are struggling.
At 1.6km underground, Australia's deepest gold mine is getting deeper
Temperatures at the bottom of Australia's deepest gold mine are close to 30 degrees Celsius and the humidity is like something out of the tropics with long shifts making it a tough slog for miners.
An anti-poaching ranger in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has described his striking selfie with a pair of endangered mountain gorillas, which has grabbed worldwide attention of social media, as 'just another day in the office'.
'It did exactly what a tiger would': Sumatran tiger attacks zookeeper
A rare Sumatran tiger attacks a worker at the Topeka Zoo in Kansas, wounding her head, neck, back and arm before staff are able to coax it away.
Fresh breath or polluted oceans? Taking on Mentos over plastic wrappers
Ocean lover Adam Western was sick of picking up Mentos mint wrappers from his favourite beach so he decided it was time somebody challenged the global confectionery company.
Agriculture Department stands by water buybacks, amid calls for an inquiry
The Agriculture Department is standing by a controversial water buyback deal worth million, which Labor leader Bill Shorten says is a "scandal" worthy of inquiry.
An estimated eight million tonnes of plastic rubbish enters the world's oceans each year and an Australian invention called a Seabin is doing something about it.
Extinction Rebellion protests continue in London as police call for reinforcements
London police call in extra help and cancel officers' holidays as they deal with rolling climate change protests that have caused transport headaches across the British capital.
'As heavy as a blue whale': Record-breaking 'concreteberg' jams London sewers
It is expected to take crews months to manually chip away at the 105-tonne mass of solidified concrete that is blocking three sewers, while tankers will be used to pump waste to ensure no homes are flooded with sewage.
'Biggest swell of the year' to slam into WA coastline for Good Friday
A strong storm system will bring swells as high as 6 metres off the West Australian coast on Good Friday, creating dangerous coastal conditions in Perth and the south-west of the state.
A record number of endangered flightless kakapos hatch during New Zealand's unusually long 2019 breeding season, dramatically boosting numbers of the rare native parrot.
Energy Minister Angus Taylor says the Government is not against electric vehicles, but believes it is not the role of government to tell people what cars to drive.
Tasmanian commercial fishermen are using rod and reel to target top quality sashimi-grade southern bluefin tuna to meet the demand of discerning diners in Japanese restaurants on the mainland.
Gauging the long-lasting effects from an unusually bone-dry summer
Records fell over summer, even if rain didn't. So what has been the impact of the hot dry spell on the subtropical corner of NSW?
Sick of getting election leaflets in your mailbox? A 'no junk mail' sign won't protect you
A simple "no junk mail" sign can generally ward off glossy advertising, but how can you limit the countless political pamphlets bombarding your mailbox?
Tesla is moving aggressively into China, where the Government is encouraging drivers and manufacturers to go electric. But China already has its own manufacturers, who will challenge Elon Musk for his crown.
From million to ,000 — the deal that sank a wave energy pioneer
Administrators for Carnegie Clean Energy reveal the parlous state of the company's finances, confirming it had just over ,000 cash in the bank when it went into voluntary administration last month.
How the federal election will change Australia's response to climate change
Both the Coalition and Labor say they take the threat of climate change seriously, but they're offering different pitches on how to deal with it ahead of the federal election.
OpinionThe mystery of the missing 99 per cent of ocean plastic waste
It is estimated that only one per cent of plastic waste that enters the ocean is trapped in garbage patches. Where is the rest? Mirjam van der Mheen, Charitha Pattiaratchi and Erik van Sebille are trying to find out.
Tasmania is home to 180 "giant trees" more than 85 metres tall or with more than 280 cubic metres of girth, but enthusiasts have discovered at least 15 of the giants have been destroyed by the state's summer bushfires.
Mining companies feel heat on climate change
A landmark decision in the NSW Land and Environment Court to knock back a proposed open-cut coalmine based on its contribution to climate change is looming over other projects in the state.
Environment trumps economy as voters' top concern ahead of election
Labor and Greens voters regard the environment as their number one concern, whereas Coalition voters nominate the economy as the single most important issue to them, the ABC's Vote Compass survey reveals.
Greens bank on Labor win but hope to exploit Senate shortfall
Sarah Hanson-Young says her party will be pushing Bill Shorten to get serious about climate action if he emerges victorious on May 18, expecting a Labor Lower House to turn to The Greens for control of the Senate.
British police arrest 209 people after climate change activists block some of London's most famous roads in an attempt to force the Government to do more to tackle climate change.
The head of Adani Australia says he does not believe a Shorten government poses a risk to the company's proposed Carmichael coal mine in central Queensland.
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