A meme group had to ban posts about Greta Thunberg because they got so acrimonious. Just before Christmas, one of the most heated threads in the history of the Aussie Meme Team Facebook group erupted was
Wow, blue sky? In summer?? What a throwback. Tourists are now being encouraged to return to the NSW South Coast, after authorities confirmed the worst of the extreme weather had passed. So please, consider
Australia Won't Ban Manifestos Similar To The Christchurch Shooter's Because They Didn't Go As Viral
Australia has banned the Christchurch shooter's manifesto, but those from other attacks are still circulating – and a new report says it's a concern. In the days following the March 2019 Christchurch shootings
And that doesn't include the past four months they've spent as the only people detained on Christmas Island! The Australian government has spent more than $4.5 million in its attempt to expel a Sri Lankan
Opinion: I'm A 13-Year-Old Aboriginal Boy, And This Is What I Told The “Boss Lady” Of The United Nations
Dujuan Hoosan from remote Australia writes about his meeting with “the boss lady of the United Nations” and the future he wants for Aboriginal kids. I am Dujuan, and my skin name is Penangke on my mum’s
False And Misleading Information Is Spreading Online About The Aussie Bushfires. Here's What's Real And What's Not.
False and unverified information has been circulating on social media during the bushfire crisis. Australia has been in the grip of a deadly bushfire season since September 2019. As of Jan. 6, 2020 the
I Can’t Believe I Have To Say This, But The Bushfires Were Not Deliberately Lit To Make Way For High-Speed Rail
"I'm sorry but I don't have time for this," one expert told BuzzFeed News. On Nov. 13, 2019, Facebook user Scarlet Glenn made a post that attempted to make sense of why Australia's bushfires were happening.
A Blind Refugee With Schizophrenia Was In Detention For The Entire 2010s. He Just Won A Huge Court Case.
On Christmas Eve, a judge likened the 36-year-old man’s ongoing detention to a scene from the famous satirical novel Catch-22. A 36-year-old Tamil refugee and torture survivor who is legally blind, and
"They're asking 'Is my baby safer inside or outside of me right now?'," one Australian obstetrician said. A kangaroo in bushland surrounded by smoke haze early morning in Canberra on Jan. 5. Kai Hodgkin
"Two minutes after I had gone to the pump, Skye started screaming my name. When I looked down at the valley, everything was on fire." Video taken in Batemans Bay, facing toward towns in the south. My town