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'It's totally illegal': Koala habitat destroyed by logging

A koala habitat 50 per cent larger than the Royal National Park has been destroyed by logging near Coffs Harbour, a new conservation report reveals.

Business Insider /
Aboriginal artefacts just rewrote the record books on human occupation in Australia

A rock shelter on a mining lease within the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park suggests humans have been living in Australia for more than 65,000 years. More »     

The West /
London fire survivors heckle authorities at tense meeting

London - Survivors of last month's deadly tower block inferno in London packed a tense meeting Wednesday and heckled the new leader of the local ...

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There Is Now 65,000 Year Old Evidence Of Aboriginal Life

Thousands of Aboriginal artefacts have been unearthed in the Madjedbebe rock shelter on Mirarr land. Located in the ...

SMH /
Jakarta's sidelined pedestrians are reclaiming the footpaths

Every Friday footpath warrior Alfred Sitorus and the Coalition of Pedestrians pound the pavements of Jakarta defending walkers' rights.

The Age /
High density Sydney: How your suburb rates, according to the 2016 census

Sydney Olympic Park might have the highest density in all of Sydney but there are now 15 suburbs where 90 per cent or more of us live in an apartment.

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Tragedy still hurting theme park industry

Village Roadshow expects a fall in earnings from Movie World, Sea World and Wet'n'Wild, as the fatal Dreamworld accident continues to impact the industry.

SMH /
Cattle exporter hit by weak Asian demand

Cattle exporter Wellard says high prices have hurt demand for Australian cattle in Asian markets, denting its trading performance.

SMH /
Village Roadshow parks weigh on earnings

Village Roadshow expects full-year earnings from its theme parks division to come in at the lower end of guidance at about $55 million.

ABT /
First look: Jaguar E-Pace SUV is a luxury soft-roader

The auto industry may soon be usurped by an anodyne fleet of robo-taxis, but the final days are turning into a bit of a party for petrolheads. In ...

The Brisbane Times /
Cameron Crombie breaks world record on world para-athletics championships debut

ACT export Cameron Crombie breaks world record on world para-athletics championships debut in London.

SMH /
London acid attacks: government urged to tighten laws on teenager 'weapon of choice'

Jabed Hussain was on his way home. Suddenly he became the first victim of five new 'barbaric' overnight attacks.

SMH /
Teenagers arrested after five London acid attacks in one night

Police have arrested two teenagers after five acid attacks in less than 90 minutes in London.

The Brisbane Times /
A match to savour, but also one Western Sydney Wanderers want to win

The Gunners culture and values are world renowned; their playing style is a joy to watch and – as we'll see at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night – they have a huge fan base that extends way beyond London.

The Brisbane Times /
Let the games end

Ten years since the second Melbourne Olympics, have a look around. The MCG is a crumbling ruin. The tenant footy clubs all have moved across the railway line to McGuire Park. The Olympic pool is dry and useless for swimming, but at least has become ...

The Age /
Qube gets $150m backing for logistics hub

Qube Holdings has received seven-year, $150 million backing from Clean Energy Finance Corporation for the construction of its Moorebank Logistics ...

The Brisbane Times /
Canberra's racing industry takes on big freeze at Thoroughbred Park

Everything would be white, if it wasn't all black. And the bad news is, it's not even at it's coldest.

The West /
Polar bear cub is a girl: Sea World (AAP)

Gold Coast theme park Sea World has confirmed their polar bear cub is a girl as they call on the public to suggest a name.

The Brisbane Times /
Iraq's most house-proud man sweeps away the detritus of war in Mosul

The men on the ground in Mosul know that capturing the rubble that once formed its iconic mosque is not the end of this fight.

The Brisbane Times /
Battle for Mosul: kindness for human shields escaping Islamic State

Rescued by soldiers from her home near the mosque in 40-degree heat, this woman threw a few possessions in a bag

The Brisbane Times /
Islamic State 'fighting for their lives' not directing terror attacks on the west, global coalition says

Major General Rupert Jones said exposing the fundamentalists' narrative was critical as it has inspired numerous attacks across Europe, including ...

The Brisbane Times /
London police confirm Grenfell cladding failed safety tests, manslaughter charges considered

Police are considering manslaughter charges over the Grenfell Tower tragedy, after confirming the insulating cladding on the building had failed ...

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