A Federal Government agency meant to fund export industries has been heavily focused on fossil fuels.

A new experiment suggests fish could become addicted to the meth left by humans in waterways.

A 10,000-megalitre water allocation for irrigation in the NT has been revoked.

Dozens of salmon mortality reports have been used to argue against the industry in Tasmania.

The closure of a major lab animal supplier could have big impacts on Australian medical research.

The top US diplomat in Australia says both nations must set “more ambitious climate goals”.

Researchers have found the earliest known Black Death patient.

Researchers have observed an entirely new phenomenon in the Universe; the death spiral and merger of a neutron star and a black hole.

Pacific Hydro and Hornsdale will pay over $1.6 million in penalties for breaching energy rules.

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