Driven out of society by the cost of living and life-changing events, a growing number of people are going bush on the NSW coast — but their presence is drawing the ire of traditional owners and authorities.
MORNING BRIEFING: Eastern suburb residents are particularly at risk after smoke haze blankets Sydney, and a north-bound lane on M1 remains closed after four trucks caught fire after a collision
Australian scientists have weighed Greenland’s ice cap melt using satellite technology and their findings are not good.
The acclaimed Australian artist is painting black squares on a gallery wall with his eyes closed — to protest against the values that led us to climate crisis.
A team of citizen scientists join in the effort to restore the balance in inshore reefs and save threatened corals by clearing them of choking algae and seeding them with coral larvae.
The Labor leader has unveiled a faint glimpse of the vision he has for his prime ministership, but history could stand against him, writes national affairs correspondent Greg Jennett.
A coroner’s inquest hears a drug-addicted Adelaide car thief whose body was found weeks after he crashed a stolen vehicle was an expert at hiding from police.
A leading science institute finds Queensland must move more quickly towards renewable energy and away from coal-fired power by 2030 to meet its share of the nation’s emissions reduction targets.
Parents raise concerns after videos emerge of school students simulating sexually explicit acts on a popular social media platform. Many of the videos are filmed on school grounds, with students in uniform.
He has been earmarked as a Test batsman in the making, and now Victorian youngster Will Pucovski gets another chance to earn a debut after being named in the Australia A XI to play Pakistan in Perth.