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For the first time, Le Courrier Australien is organising a people’s choice prize to recognise and reward French people in

In Canberra there is a saying among the university students: “when the fluff starts falling, it’s time to start studying

Greenhouse gases thrust into the atmosphere by burning fossil fuels are warming Earth's surface more quickly than previously understood, according

Popularised by Disney's 'Finding Nemo', the common clownfish may not see its eggs hatch if they are exposed to artificial

Surgeons in Australia have managed to restore arm function in paralysed patients, allowing them to feed themselves, use tools and

Climate change is set to empty the ocean of nearly a fifth of all living creatures, measured by mass, by

With 90 percent of the global population under 30 living in emerging or developing economies, young people today are taking

Australia's unique platypus population is shrinking under pressure from agriculture and pollution, putting the egg-laying mammals' future in doubt, researchers

Climate change is increasing the amount of rain that hurricanes produce, and as warming picks up storms will become increasingly