‘It truly sucks’: Fanning opens up

Fight for the Bight pics

广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn World champion surfer Mick Fanning is among thousands across the country taking a stand on a “truly saddening” issue that will affect Australia’s coastline.

Forget stadiums. This is the real issue

Demolition work is seen underway at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Thursday, March 14, 2019. NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has written to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian calling for hard demolition works at Allianz Stadium to stop until the state election. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

The demolition of stadiums has been a big campaign issue in the NSW election, but it’s not the one that will determine the outcome.

Harrowing find inside dead whale

In this photo taken on March 16, 2019, Darrell Blatchley, director of D' Bone Collector Museum Inc., shows plastic waste found in the stomach of a Cuvier's beaked whale in Compostela Valley, Davao on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. - A starving whale with 40 kilos (88 pounds) of plastic trash in its stomach has died after being washed ashore in the Philippines, activists said on March 18, calling it one of the worst cases of poisoning they have seen. (Photo by - / AFP)

A whale was found starving and unable to eat by fisherman. What they found in its stomach was “disgusting and heartbreaking”.

Disturbing truth behind this photo

TOPSHOT - Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan meet a koala named Ruby and its koala joey named Meghan after the Duchess of Sussex during a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney on October 16, 2018. - Prince Harry and Meghan have made their first appearances since announcing they are expecting a baby, kicking off a high-profile Pacific trip with a photo in front of Sydney's dazzling Opera House and posing with koalas. (Photo by DEAN LEWINS / POOL / AFP)

It was one of the most iconic photos to come out of the recent royal tour — but it masks a tragic secret with potentially devastating consequences.

Nature icon’s warning over ‘evil forces’

Scene from the documentary Jane (2017). A National Geographic Production Scientist Jane Goodall in Gombe National Park. 1965

One of the world’s most famous naturalists is heading to Australia, and she is coming with a powerful call to arms.

Recycling crisis reaches tipping point

Recycling Plant Visit

Councils around the country are struggling to deal with our recyclable waste since China shut its doors — and it’s getting out of hand.

World going crazy for Aussie invention

Sydney's Darling Harbour Seabin launch

Two Aussie blokes made international headlines after quitting their jobs to build a device that tackles one of the biggest issues facing the world today.

Truth behind this damning photo

Some experts to fear whole populations of local native fish have been wiped out. Picture: Rod Mackenzie

A royal commission has found Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin Authority played politics with river allotments and ignored scientific evidence.

Grave threat for Australian icon

Koalas are struggling to find adequate food and shelter due to record land clearing, and face rapid extinction.

One of Australia’s most treasured creatures is facing a bleak future, and new heartbreaking pictures taken in New South Wales reveal the true extent of the crisis.

Why you voted for this word of the year

Macquarie Dictionary's word of the year

“Me Too” might have taken out the top prize by Macquarie Dictionary’s judges, but the public thinks this is the best word to represent 2018.

First the plastic bag ban, now this

Closeup of waste on old wooden background. Top view.

One Aussie state is considering a major crack down on all single-use plastics, which could see a whole bunch of everyday items banned.

Labor promises new environment agency


Australia’s environment laws would be rewritten under an elected Labor government, which would also create a new national protection authority.

UN climate change talks end with deal

Smoke billows from a chimney of the Solvay factory for production and processing of plastic materials, in Ospiate, near Milan, Italy, Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. The climate change conference, COP24, is closing today in Katowice, Poland. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

Almost 200 countries have put aside their political differences to agree on the rules for a landmark climate deal to prevent the impact of global warming.

Freakishly large monster cave found

The photo to the cave's entrance. Picture: Geologist Catherine Hickson/Canadian Geographic

A monstrous cave has been unearthed in remote western Canada and nicknamed after a famous execution pit in Star Wars.

Three mass whale strandings in four days

These whales were spotted of Eye Spy in Moreton Bay. Photo supplied for Redcliffe Herald

Almost 200 whales have beached themselves in Australia and New Zealand this week in a series of large strandings that have left scientists baffled.

‘Lost’ tribe killing dilemma grows

Supplied John Allen Chau was killed on North Sentinel Island by a remote tribe

The case of a missionary who died trying to convert a “lost” tribe to Christianity has captivated the world. But now there’s a serious problem.

Horror behind innocent kids’ treat

Colorful balloons

Balloons have long been a fun thing for children to grab when they’re being handed out at shopping centres — but there’s a sinister problem with them.

Remote tribes clinging to ancient world

Indigenous Amazon Peruvian Tribe

One of the last remaining “lost” civilisations was thrust into the spotlight this week after the death of an American tourist — but there are plenty of others.

Australia’s ‘extinction crisis’ laid bare

Glowing Blue Earth Australia and New Zealand

A worrying trend has been accelerating in the past 50 years and alarm bells are ringing about the dire consequences if we can’t stem the tide of extinction.

$2000 cash back for homes that go solar

Solar panels are seen at Mount Majura Solar farm in Canberra, Wednesday, October 18, 2017. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

High power prices are a crushing Aussies. Now, the man who wants to be our next PM has a plan to cut power prices by 60 per cent.

Warrawong buys back long-lost lake

Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary owners have bought back the neighbouring lake, part of the original platypus habitat called Lake Cumbungi. Co-owner David Cobbold at the lake, which includes three underwater observatories on the side of the lake. Supplied pics

Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary’s new owners have bought back the neighbouring lake, part of the original platypus habitat, years after it was sold.

Disturbing find in whale’s stomach

In this undated photo released by Akademi Komunitas Kelautan dan Perikanan Wakatobi (Wakatobi Marine and Fisheries Community Academy or AKKP Wakatobi), researchers collect samples from the carcass of a beached whale at Wakatobi National Park in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. The dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a large lump of plastic waste in its stomach, including drinking cups and flip-flops, a park official said Tuesday, causing concern among environmentalists and government officials in one of the world's largest plastic polluting countries. (Muhammad Irpan Sejati Tassakka, AKKP Wakatobi via AP)

When Indonesian villagers found the rotting carcass of a 9.5-metre sperm whale they didn’t expect to find such “truly awful” contents inside.

Sad reason this ad was banned from TV

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This ad was deemed too political and banned in the UK but it has a dark truth at the centre of it that you need to know - especially if you’re a chocolate fan.

SA research puts the bite on a devilish disease

Devil Ark

Adelaide stem-cell research promising to cure the Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease is raising money using a crowd-funding campaign launched today.

Massive turning point for globe

ATTENTION - EMBARGO, RELEASABLE OCTOBER 2, 2011 AT 1700 GMT - THIS RESTRICTION APPLIES TO ALL MEDIA, INCLUDING WEBSITES RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / NASA/JPL-Caltech" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS An image released on October 2, 2011 by NASA shows Ozone at about 20 km altitude, near the peak of the ozone layer in the lower stratosphere, in late March 2011. Red colors represent large ozone amounts, purple and grey colors (over the north polar region) represent very small ozone amounts. The white line marks the area within which chemical ozone destruction takes place. An ozone hole five times the size of California opened over the Arctic this spring, matching ozone loss over Antarctica for the first time on record, scientists said today. Formed by a deep chill over the North Pole, the unprecedented hole at one point shifted over eastern Europe, Russia and Mongolia, exposing populations to higher, but unsustained, levels of ultra-violet light. AFP PHOTO/NASA/JPL-Caltech

IT was seen as one of the biggest threats to the planet, but a new study has delivered a promising bill of health for a crucial part of the stratosphere.

Australia is key to planet’s fate

Black hole concept.

JUST a handful of countries are home to some of the rarest and most valuable places in the world and Australia is one of them.

Wipe-out: Australia’s global shame

This map shows current forests and projected deforestation rates.

THIS map paints a terrifying picture for Australia. It’s a blight on our landscape we will never be able to recover from.

China’s controversial Antarctic plan

French Antarctic base, Dumont D'Urville and disused runway, aerial view.

CHINA’S creeping expansion on Australia’s doorstep continues as the country is eyeing a new project on the icy continent of Antarctica.

Humans ruining dolphin sex lives

An Atlantic white sided dolphin jumps out of the water off the coast of La Turballe, western France on September 28, 2018. (Photo by SEBASTIEN SALOM GOMIS / AFP)

AS IF dolphins didn’t already have enough to worry about — now it’s emerged humans are also ruining their sex lives.

Sad story behind Harry photo

prince harry meets koala taronga park 24/9/3. Picture: Phil Blatch

PRINCE Harry was all smiles when these photos were taken during an Australian visit 15 years ago, but it hides a shocking reality.

App helps to clean up city’s filthy streets

FILE - In this Feb. 26, 2016, file photo, a number of syringes are scattered in the remains of a tent city being cleared by city workers along Division Street in San Francisco. Sean Miller, a 24-year-old transplant, is offering a free app to make it easier for people to report waste - human and otherwise - and used needles and anything else gross on the famously dirty streets of San Francisco. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)

SOME people really take community service seriously. Shocked by San Francisco’s littered streets, this guy is cleaning up his city at the click of a button.

Rat cull boosts penguin numbers but new threat lurks

Supplied Editorial Fwd: Penguins census photo

VOLUNTEERS have found 44 little penguins nesting on Granite Island – a strong increase on last year’s census count, giving scientists hope for the colony’s future.

Driving law nobody knows about

Photo of the Mazda3 taken in Black Spur

THIS is a driving rule that almost nobody knows. But it turns out you can get into big trouble if you do it.

Insane idea to avoid Day Zero

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THE PM may be turning to God for rain, but South Africa has a different idea to fix the drought — and it sounds just as far-fetched.

Missing baby meerkat ‘stolen or eaten’

A supplied undated video screenshot obtained Wednesday, September 19, 2018 of a one-month-old meerkat that has gone missing from Perth Zoo in Perth. (AAP Image/Supplied by Perth Zoo) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

ZOOKEEPERS fear the worst for a one-month-old meerkat who vanished — saying it was likely stolen or eaten by a predator.

Hunter’s happy snap of leopard kill sparks outrage

A photo of 'Britany L' uploaded by the Safari Club International

NAOMI Campbell and other celebrities have shared their outrage over a viral photograph of a hunter proudly showing off her leopard kill — said to be the ninth largest in the world.

What 12yo understands that adults don’t

Arlian Ecker aka The Plastic Free Boy

ARLIAN Ecker thinks Australians are from another planet because of this “dirty and destructive” thing they’re doing.

Google celebrates pioneer Australian scientist

Dorothy Hill commemorated by 'Google Doodle' on her 111th birthday. Picture: Google.

GOOGLE is honouring Dorothy Hill, the renowned palaeontologist and Australia’s first female university professor, on her 111th birthday

Heartbreaking photo shows koala plight

WWF says koalas are being wiped out

THESE photos highlight how dire our koala habitat problem is, with the Australian animals to be extinct in NSW by 2050.

$444m question hanging over the reef

(FILES) This file photo taken on November 20, 2014 shows an aerial view of the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of the Whitsunday Islands, along the central coast of Queensland. Australia announced plans on July 20, 2018 to explore concepts such as firing salt into clouds and covering swathes of water with a thin layer of film in a bid to save the embattled Great Barrier Reef. / AFP PHOTO / Sarah LAI

THE Great Barrier Reef Foundation is “extremely confident” it can expand to use a record $444 million government grant, as its chairman prepares to face a grilling over the decision.

Why everyone’s making ugly cakes

Threatened Species Bake Off cakes

THEY are some of the strangest cakes you’ve seen but there’s a reason why people are busy baking them.

Huge threat Australia is ignoring

Temperature change in Australia according to a CSIRO report. Picture: CSIRO

IT’S the life-and-death issue on which Australia is “irresponsible to the extreme”. And 30 leading experts in the field are furious.

This map exposes Japan’s whalers

WWF today released this map showing Japanese whalers slaughtering minkes in Antarctica

MORE than 50 minke whales have been slaughtered by the Japanese in a protected part of Antarctica. Now a map has exposed exactly where they struck.

Nearly 90 elephants killed in Botswana


THE bodies of 87 elephants have been found near a wildlife sanctuary in Botswana in what could be the largest case of poaching ever seen in Africa.

Hurry up science, we need this

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IT’S important research that could help the planet but it could also get you out the door a whole lot faster in the morning.

Map of Australia’s shark attack hotspots

your odds of being attacked by a shark

SWIMMERS in Australia have the highest chance of being attacked by a shark across the world.

Australia’s ‘heaven’ now unrecognisable

ESCAPE: Australia Outback Melinda Browning - Lake Menindee Mandatory credit: Destination NSW/Broken Hill City Council

THIS Australian town used to be “heaven”, with rich locals spending their days waterskiing or golfing. Now it’s dead.

Aussie family’s insane tech obsession

Family on War on Waste with their e-waste

THIS family has a scary amount of electronics overloading their home — and they’re not the only ones.

Risky idea to save $56 billion Aussie attraction

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IT’S one of the nation’s most valuable assets and researchers are being forced to consider radical options to save it.

Coles’ colossal plastic bag fail


CUSTOMERS are ripping into Coles after its backflip on the plastic bag ban — but it’s even worse than they realise.

PETA slammed over drought post

New South Wales Farmers Battle Crippling Drought

ANIMALS rights group PETA has been slammed over a social media post criticising farmers forced to kill livestock because of Australia’s current drought crisis.

$150k couldn’t keep them alive

Andrew's facebook post on the drought is gathering huge attention

ANDREW Curro just wanted to help out a mate. What he found when he got there was truly devastating. WARNING: Confronting.

Disturbing Great Barrier Reef discovery

Colorful underwater scene of a tropical reef and fish. Go pro camera shot

NEW data reveals the average rate of recovery across the Great Barrier Reef showed a six-fold decline.

Scary new venomous snake discovered

A new species of snake has been discovered

IF we didn’t already have enough dangerous animals, scientists have discovered another venomous snake species — and they stumbled across it in a most unusual way.

Proof Australia’s weird telegraph poles work

These poles built by Powerlink enable the endangered mahogany glider to cross the channels cleared through the bush for high-voltage power lines

WHEN a scientist declared a bunch of sky-high poles could be the answer to Australia’s highway crisis, experts laughed in his face. Now he has proof it works.

What you know about sharks is wrong

Great White Shark seen off the coast of WA.

MOST people think sharks are hungry, man-eating beasts but there are crazier ways humans are killed — and they will likely surprise you.

How we can end bag ban rage

Plastic bag-free

EXPERTS say Woolies and Coles got their campaigns to roll out the single-use plastic bag ban wrong. Here’s what they should be doing.

Single-use plastics we’ll never ban

Plastic bag ban at Marsden Park Woolworths

SINGLE-USE plastic bags have been shown the exit, straws aren’t far behind. But experts have warned the dream of a single-use plastic-free future would actually be a nightmare.

The secrets that could save koalas

Wild Australian Koala on French Island, Victoria. Photo released as part of the Koala Genome Consortium publicity.

IN A world-first study, secrets have been uncovered about koalas that will help shape their future — and you could play a vital role in it.

The whole world is laughing at us

Plastic bag ban at Marsden Park Woolworths

AUSTRALIA, get a grip. We have to make a slight adjustment to the way we shop and people lose their minds to the point of violence.

Big stores refusing to axe plastic bags

Kmart store in Burwood

WE’VE been told for months plastic bags would be banned on July 1, but some very big retailers are refusing to play ball.

Coles’ drastic step due to bag ban

Plastic shopping bags

COLES has been forced to take drastic action to cope with the ban as Woolies staff say they’ve been “abused countless times”.

Items you may soon be banned from using

Closeup of waste on old wooden background. Top view.

JUST like plastic bags there are a number of other everyday items that you will probably be hard pressed to find in five years’ time.

Proof Australia is ‘getting left behind’

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IF YOU’RE worried about soaring energy costs, this latest global scorecard is a probably a big reason why.

Delivery problem Woolies must fix

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GETTING your weekly shop home delivered is an increasingly attractive proposition. But shoppers have one big gripe about it.

Where all the unused plastic bags go

Plastic shopping bags

THE plastic bag ban has many shoppers in a tizz. Now some are asking if all the millions of withdrawn single-use bags are heading straight to landfill.

$3 fix to common bad habit

$3 solution to our waste headache

IT’S a common dilemma after a big celebration — what exactly do you do with all that rubbish? This is the solution.

Australia’s extinction crisis

Aussie animal extinction crisis

OUR threatened species list is growing but there’s a few species we need to watch out for — and some you might never have even heard of.

Mind-blowing recycling mistakes

Pizza in box

IT SEEMS simple enough, but turns out we’ve been recycling plastic bottles wrong. And it’s not the only mistake we’re making.

Waves of rubbish ruin town

The rubbish from the shipping containers.

AN IDYLLIC beach community is still cleaning up, days after it was left “overwhelmed” by waves of rubbish from 80 shipping containers.

Map reveals rise of global problem

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GOVERNMENTS and companies around the world are being forced to change as the planet faces one of the greatest challenges of our time.

Whale dies after swallowing 80 bags

TOPSHOT - This handout picture from ThaiWhales a private whale conservation group, taken on May 28, 2018 and released on June 2, 2018 shows ThaiWhales volunteers and governmment marine veterinarians from Department of Marine and Coastal Resources rescuing a sick male pilot whale at sea in the coastal area of southern Thailand near the Malaysian border. A whale has died in southern Thailand after swallowing more than 80 plastic bags, officials said, ending an attempted rescue that failed to nurse the mammal back to health. / AFP PHOTO / THAIWHALES / - / -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / THAIWHALES " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVES

SCIENTISTS who undertook an autopsy on a dead whale made a shocking discovery with 80 plastic bags weighing up to eight kilograms.

As a mascot for survival, it’s the bee-all and end-all

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MEET the cute green and gold mascot named as a “flagship” species for insect conservation in a special issue of the journal Austral Entomology.

Crazy items Brisbane is banning

cheering young woman running on grassland with colored balloons

IF YOU’RE planning on heading to a Brisbane party soon, don’t expect to find a select number of items there after council voted to ban them.

‘Depressing’ cover goes viral

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THE latest cover of National Geographic magazine is being widely shared online — but not for the usual reason.

Supermarket problem that’s out of control

Why is there so much packaging on our food?

COLES and Woolies are making our lives super easy with readymade meals and handy deals on fruit and veg. But it comes with a cost.

Paradise six times the size of Sydney to be wiped

The Cape York clearing proposal.

A PLAN to destroy 2000 hectares of pristine Queensland forest has been given the go-ahead. However, the consequences could be catastrophic.

Is this the end of recycling?

Clear recycling bins in Perth.

WE’VE spent decades perfecting it but Australia is in the grips of a recycling crisis — and one council has already called it quits.

Woolies, Coles jump gun on plastic bag ban

Woolworths signage outside a store in Sydney, Friday, February 23, 2018. Retailer Woolworths has outperformed Coles in sales and earnings growth three years after it started spending $1 billion in slashing food prices and improving service. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

PLASTIC shopping bag bans come into effect from July but some supermarkets will lose them from tomorrow — three months early. Is your store on the list?

‘Depressing’ story behind photo

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AN AUSSIE tradie cum underwater photography extraordinaire has taken footage he hopes will serve as a wake up call for all of us.

Cheetah cub’s unlikely best friend


THEY’RE the odd couple of the National Zoo in Canberra. Solo, the ridiculously cute cheetah cub who was born without siblings, has formed an unusual alliance with a furry playmate.

Australia ‘falling behind’ in losing battle

We might not always have this territory to take for granted.

ANTARCTICA is getting more and more crowded - and Australia’s claim there is increasingly under threat.

‘This is a wake-up call for us all’

Glowing Blue Earth Australia and New Zealand

THE Earth is deteriorating and unless something changes as many as 700 million people could lose their home, a group of global scientists have warned.

Garbage dump bigger than France

Abandoned fishing nets, ropes and other marine debris washed ashore by ocean currents, collected to be shipped off island for recycling or disposal. Image shot 2009. Exact date unknown.

A WASTELAND bigger than the size of France, Germany and Spain combined is growing larger every day. Yikes.

Suspicion over vanishing Aussie ship

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A GLOBAL monitoring group has raised concerns over an Australian fishing vessels which “goes dark” in a suspicious part of the ocean.

Video shows shocking Bali oceans

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WHEN you’re swimming in paradise you don’t expect to come across this.

Cape Town pushes out ‘Day Zero’

A man collects drinking water from taps that are fed by a spring in Newlands on May 15, 2017, in Cape Town. South Africa's Western Cape region which includes Cape Town declared a drought disaster on May 22 as the province battled its worst water shortages for 113 years. This dam is the main water source for the city of Cape Town, and there is only 10% of it's usual capacity left for human consumption, at the last 10% is not useable, due to the silt content. / AFP PHOTO / Rodger BOSCH

THE residents of Cape Town have successfully pushed out ‘Day Zero’, the date when the city will have to turn off its taps due to drought. However, they are being told they need to do more.

The Australian city running out of water

Supplied Perth's well watered green back gardens are draining the city's water supply

CAPE Town came within days of running out of water and the same could happen in Australia.

Queen goes green in war on plastic

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves the church after the Royal Family's traditional Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, eastern England, on December 25, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Adrian DENNIS

QUEEN Elizabeth II has declared war — on plastic — after being inspired by one of the world’s most famous naturalists and nature documentarians.

The awkward issue with this new logo

New recycling logo taht will soon appear on consumer products.

A NEW marketing push to encourage recycling, backed by Woolies, has had an awkward launch after it encountered a China-sized problem.

‘It uses its tongue to drill a hole’

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IF YOU think Australia has some nasty invasive species, wait until you see this bloodsucking fish invading North America.

‘Day Zero’ looming for major city

Guy takes all the water in store.

THE army and police are on standby as city officials fear chaos could unfold in Cape Town when the taps are set to run dry.

Tragic story behind famous attraction

Dawn at Lake Wanaka

ANOTHER day, another cautionary tale about tourists behaving badly. Sadly this attraction is literally breaking under the strain.

At last, good news for elephants

Elephants at a waterhole

TWENTY thousand African elephants per year are killed by a vicious scourge. But there are finally some good signs.

How one island nation is taming tourists

Snorkeling the Rock Islands Arch

IN a world-first initiative, tourists hoping to visit the paradise archipelago of Palau will only be permitted to enter the country if they agree to one condition first.

Nature at its most breathtaking

Macaque Maintenance

THE world’s most incredible nature photos have been recognised in National Geographic’s Nature Photographer of the Year competition.

Google’s plan to reinvent an Aussie island

Cove Rock on Christmas Island. Picture: Supplied

DESPITE its beauty, this Aussie island is not on the radar of most travellers. But that could all change — thanks to internet giant Google.

Underwater pipes spew out ‘blood water’

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A VIDEO recorded by an investigative diver has exposed a particularly disturbing aspect of the fish industry.

Scene too much for Attenborough

The conservationist said it was heartbreaking to see. Picture: Picture: Sky News/Sky Ocean Rescue

ICONIC broadcaster and naturalist is used to seeing death in nature, but one death in particular left him heartbroken.

The UN’s huge plan for planet Earth

Network over Australia

THE United Nations is set to enact a huge conservation mission as nine million people a year are killed by pollution, which amounts to one in six global deaths annually.

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