Australia’s devastating bushfires have sparked shock and sadness all over the world. The ferocious flames started blazing in September 2019, and have since killed at least 24 people and destroyed more
SYDNEY (Reuters) - To most of the world, the enduring image of Australia's bushfires has been injured koalas, but for former teacher John Creighton, the impact has been far worse for the native wombat.
It was a rare victory for the seasoned Americans battling flames Down Under. Beneath a green eucalyptus canopy in the country’s Australian Alps, the continent’s tallest mountain range dividing New South
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SINGAPORE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian animals living in specific habitats, such as mountain lizards, leaf-tailed geckos and pear-shaped frogs, are battling the threat of extinction after fierce bushfires
I live in the suburbs that cradle Melbourne’s central business district. Many inner-city suburbs like ours don’t have much grass or large areas of parkland or bush, so we are relatively safe from the But
The Australian Open is often called “the happy Slam,” because the players are fresh when they arrive and the tournament usually projects the optimism of the new year: bright-blue courts, players hugging